Socially distanced but spiritually connected is the theme for this short person essay about solidarity and being in community though isolated.
As the film “Icaros: A Vision” nears its US theatrical release, starting at Metrograph in New York City, the film’s producer and co-writer Abou Farman sits down with mediums and readers to see how his partner in life and art, Leonor Caraballo, feels about the film, her afterlife and other issues.
I came to lying face down, unable to move. The lift appeared to be rising slowly, and the door automatically opened. People were gathered outside (I later found out that the crash had been heard all over the building), and I was carried out to an ambulance and taken to a hospital. My life from that moment on was never the same.
Scriptures, no matter how deeply revered, have never fallen out of the skies and hit prophets on their heads; they have always been written by inspired human beings who personally experienced alternate states of awareness in various sociopolitical settings and expressed the revelations they encountered as best they could in speech or writing.