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The Soulmate Con

I don't like the idea of soul-mates. It suggests the wish-fulfillment
of a pre-destined fixed-deck, which reduces you to a hapless rube at the
card table of love. If your heart is open, if your
curiosity is great, if your enthusiasm for life abounds, potential
soul-mates will keep skipping toward you out of the mist.

The Poem Again is Yours: A Tribute to Ira Cohen

Poet, publisher, photographer, filmmaker, artist-shaman and world traveler Ira Cohen died on
April 25th, 2011. The following article is a tribute from a few of his many friends,
assembled for RS by Steve Dalachinsky.

Confessions of a Counterculture

What if Mayan calendars and galactic cycles, aliens and dimethyltryptamine, and the presumptive science of
rapture don't herald mass enlightennment? What if that beautiful giant cloud over Burning Man is really just a cloud? Have we hyped ourselves for a letdown?

Suffering, Seeking, and Sanity

At the end of the day, suffering comes down to our steadfastly holding to a core point of view that who we are, and how life is, should be different. This is the lens through which we view existence, and rather than change the lens, we perpetually rearrange the picture via the various and exotic forms of our seeking.

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