On Top of Beacon Hill: Eastern Approach to Enlightenment, Western Recipe for Madness PDF (Adobe DRM) download by Brannon Gerling

On Top of Beacon Hill: Eastern Approach to Enlightenment, Western Recipe for Madness

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Publication date: April 2012
ISBN: 9781462036332
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On Top of Beacon Hill presents a homecoming of art and philosophy in poetry. The pure simplicity of its poetical prose helps transport readers to the realm of elemental being by blending Eastern and Western thinking. This collection austerely seeks and stimulates the meeting of time's ends with humane ardor and vigor, sowing kernels of poignant, efficacious candor. Packaged tightly with semantics, the poems explore the raw emotions of the clash of Eastern and Western thought, expressing our fearlessness as we sow eternal seeds On Top of Beacon Hill. Language is Contradiction In time, language seeks negation dialectically, as the right leg seeks the left for movement. In the utilization to articulate ideas, contradictions become apparent, because correspondence is a stack of letters, cogently fashioned from wild thoughts for fermentation of domestication. Language exists now, yet requires structural reflection and afterthought, both of which are peripheral thoughts in Platonic forms of thinking inside immediacy. And that which seems coupled from a distance (here vernacular forms with immediacy) defines via contradistinction. So, language is the nativity of dialectics, since it is acting definition, plus possession: clutching at building materials, some sentimental reflection of yesteryear, and the flux of the thoughts of the morrow ...
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