Thursday, February 20, 2020

Eclectus parrot: Minutes for Sat Feb 15, 2020 World University & School's Monthly Business Meeting * * * Minutes for Feb 15, 2020 WUaS Corporation Board Meeting



Minutes for Sat Feb 15, 2020 World University & School's Monthly Business Meeting * * * Minutes for Feb 15, 2020 WUaS Corporation Board Meeting


Present:
-       Larry Viehland (World Univ and Sch Board Chair, and CFO)
-       Scott MacLeod (President, CEO, Professor, Founder, Presiding Clerk +)



https://worlduniversityandschool.blogspot.com/2020/02/minutes-for-sat-feb-15-2020-world.html
- https://scott-macleod.blogspot.com/2020/02/eclectus-parrot-minutes-for-sat-feb-15.html



Minutes for Sat Feb 15, 2020 
World University & School's 
Monthly Business Meeting



Minutes -

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World Univ & Sch is LISTENING via our open Monthly Business Meeting (in the manner of Nt Friends / Quakers), and in ways you'd care to share - eg share ideas or questions with:  info@worlduniversityandschool.org, on Twitter - @WorldUnivAndSch - or come to an open WUaS News and Q & A electronically on Mondays at 10 am PT - https://www.youtube.com/user/WorldUnivandSch - via LiveStream here too; and please check out the World Univ and Sch Agenda and News regarding this first Minute if you haven't already - https://scott-macleod.blogspot.com/2020/02/keyhole-sand-dollar-agenda-and-minutes.html.



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In seeking 500-2000 online for free-to-students' CC-4 OpenCourseWare-centric degrees at World University and School as we begin licensing with the state of California's BPPE, WUaS seeks too to create an enormous number of high quality careers in all ~200 countries and 7,111 known living languages, and potentially about 2.2 million jobs in all ~200 countries' official languages.



2
WUaS may head to a CA BPPE licensing workshop on May 13, 2020 in Sacramento instead, since  monies are now newly available to World University and School for state of California BPPE licensing (after first attending a CA BPPE workshop on 2/20/19 in San Jose, CA)!

- https://www.bppe.ca.gov/schools/application_workshops.shtml
- https://www.bppe.ca.gov/forms_pubs/approval_nonaccredited.pdf



3
WUaS is seeking monies now for accreditation (probably with WASC senior), and, concurrently, as we begin licensing CA's BPPE.



4
World Univ and Sch's WUaS PayPal donation link is newly here (which URL is:  https://www.paypal.com/cgi-bin/webscr?cmd=_s-xclick&hosted_button_id=86ACG3JUH973A&source=url) - and newly in these Minutes too.


World University and School's web site is now editable again, with secure FTP after being hacked a number of times in recent months, and has also re-added the following editable links, each planned in all ~200 countries' main languages:

Library Resources - https://wiki.worlduniversityandschool.org/wiki/Library_Resources
All libraries in all 7,111 known living languages as wiki pages (and also in Google Street View with time slider, Maps, Earth, TensorFlow, Translate, etc.)


Museums - https://wiki.worlduniversityandschool.org/wiki/Museums
All museums in all 7,111 known living languages as wiki pages (and also in Google Street View with time slider, Maps, Earth, TensorFlow, Translate, etc.)


Hardware Resource Possibilities - https://wiki.worlduniversityandschool.org/wiki/Hardware_Resource_Possibilities


Educational Software - https://wiki.worlduniversityandschool.org/wiki/Educational_Software - in all ~200 countries' main languages


Foundation at WUaS - https://wiki.worlduniversityandschool.org/wiki/World_University_Foundation


Best STEM & Humanities' CC-4 OpenCourseWare-centric
Research
https://wiki.worlduniversityandschool.org/wiki/Research




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In the ~200 planned online law schools at World University and School, WUaS is exploring collaboration for licensing courses for cryptocurrency compliance in nation states in Europe, the EU, and regarding both Stanford law CodeX via Law Pilot - https://wiki.worlduniversityandschool.org/wiki/World_University_Law_School.
See too: https://scott-macleod.blogspot.com/2020/02/panthera-stanford-law-school-codex-mtg.html (and with regards too to WUaS seeking to facilitate a single digital currency backed by some number of ~200 countries' central banks and distributed via Universal Basic Income experiments to all 7.5 billion people on planet - via You at WUaS https://wiki.worlduniversityandschool.org/wiki/You_at_World_University - and for alleviating poverty; see too the WUaS Corp below).



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Regarding 'You at WUaS' and Universal Basic Income experiments per - https://wiki.worlduniversityandschool.org/wiki/You_at_World_University - and in planning too for matriculating students in all ~200 countries' languages, and speakers of all 7,111 known living languages as wiki teachers and learners, and thus, brainstorming-wise, potentially for all 7.5 billion wiki teachers and learners on the planet - and also for Universal Basic Income experiments re all 7.5 billion people to alleviate poverty - WUaS may seek to collaborate with Alphabet / Google in communication with Alphabet / Google CEO Sundar Pichai.



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WUaS tends toward CC-4 openness, without advertising, in planning our WIKI criteria for adding to wiki WUaS, and with Artificial Intelligence too - and potentially will seek to learn more about approaches to this in communication with Wikipedia / Wikimedia / Wikidata, as well as Creative Commons, and others.



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It's particularly with regard to ethno-wiki-virtual-world-graphy - https://scott-macleod.blogspot.com/search/label/ethno-wiki-virtual-world-graphy - that World Univ & Sch seeks to develop with the TensorFlow CHIP #TPU #EdgeTPU for image recognition (see, too: https://twitter.com/rzembo/status/1223648708023193600?s=20) … and for #MachineLearning #AI in a single #RealisticVirtualEarth #RealisticVirtualHarbin regarding #ActualVirtual @HarbinBook ethnography and again for #EthnoWikiVirtualWorldGraphy as a new social science and STEM methodologies, and as classrooms.



9
World University and School has filed the Statement of Information SI-100 form with state of California soon.






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Minutes for Feb 15, 2020 
WUaS Corporation Board Meeting


A
With regards, brainstorming-wise, to the Pi cryptocurrency with blockchain technologies, and for potential UBI experiments, WUaS seeks to develop with Wikidata PIN#s (in Wikidata's ~300 languages), and to plan for all 7.5 billion people, and to explore facilitating a single digital currency, for example, again the mineable-from-smartphone "Pi" cryptocurrency or similar, to be distributed by Universal Basic Income experiments (to alleviate poverty), and re compliance regulatory courses in all ~200 countries.
See - "Pi is a new digital currency being developed by a group of Stanford PhDs" - https://youtu.be/MsOaC61cR3U - and also - https://scott-macleod.blogspot.com/2020/02/panthera-stanford-law-school-codex-mtg.html . Planning for All 7.5 billion people here would relate to the other reasons WUaS seeks to code for all 7.5 billion people - see all 5 initial reasons here: https://scott-macleod.blogspot.com/2019/12/wild-pomegranate-burchellia-bubalina.html - and Happy New Year!



B
With a newly secure FTP (File Transfer Protocol) port, the WUaS Press has updated the publication of its new book:

"To the Dance or the Pools? ~ Virtually!: How different it is to soak at Harbin Hot Springs, than to realize it in virtual Reality" 

- http://worlduniversityandschool.org/AcademicPress.html

(and with none of our WUaS Press books being translated yet, i.e. with the planned WUaS Universal Translator, further planned with AI and machine learning in each of all 7,111 known living languages - https://www.ethnologue.com/guides/how-many-languages).



C
The WUaS Corporation has filed the Statement of Information SI-100 form with state of California soon.



D
WUaS Corporation, having just filed the SI-100, is seeking 4 further Board members, for a remarkable opportunity to grow into ~200 countries' and 7,111 known living languages regarding: "14 planned WUaS revenue streams, Business plan update" - https://worlduniversityandschool.blogspot.com/2016/01/14-planned-wuas-revenue-streams.html - starting with an academic press and online-on-the-ground bookstores/ computer stores/ robotics' stores/ hospital technology stores+







-- 
- Scott MacLeod - Founder, President, CEO & Professor

- World University and School

- 415 480 4577

- CC World University and School - like CC Wikipedia with best STEM-centric CC OpenCourseWare - incorporated as a nonprofit university and school in California, and is a U.S. 501 (c) (3) tax-exempt educational organization. 






















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Wednesday, February 19, 2020

European hedgehog (Erinaceus europaeus): Reversing Heart Disease with lifestyle changes that's scientifically proven, and re bringing down LDL ... Searched on 'LDL cholesterol and Ornish heart disease reversal program' > "What Can I Do To Get My LDL Cholesterol Lower And The Ratio With HDL Cholesterol To Below 5:1?" * Dean Ornish MD's heart disease reversal studies begin with Yoga * * * Reinvent with #AvatarBotElectronicMedicalRecords heart disease research into SINGLE #RealisticVirtualEarthForSTEM to track LDL/HDL/Triglyceride ratio #HeartDiseaseReversal * * * Re poet Anselm Hollo's "Lost Original" poem, see, too: - https://scott-macleod.blogspot.com/2020/02/sarus-crane-rilke-damage-poet-anselm.html - * 'poet Anselm Hollo counter-culture #BeatPoets' * * * There are 6 Celtic languages still spoken in the world today, spoken in NW Europe ~ https://wiki.worlduniversityandschool.org/wiki/Scottish_Gaelic_language ~ * * Added my name to @StanfordCeili dancing alumni list * * A wee bit hilarious: Bunny Fou Fou by The Singing Kettle ~ Calamity Castle ~ * * * "Consortium Ou atterrir? présentation de la démarche par Bruno Latour" - How best with #WUaSUniversalTranslator @WorldUnivAndSch to translate this VIMEO video in voice now in #RealTime by holding up smartphone to it re in #UnitedNations? * * * Imagine REINVENTING too PUBLISHING in 7K Langs from Google StreetView from text in side bar to new kinds of paper with "Imagine the possibilities of using #AR business cards" #AR #VR #RealisticVirtualEarthForPublishing @WUaSPress ~



Reversing Heart Disease with lifestyle changes that's scientifically proven, and regarding bringing down LDL ...  

Searched on 'LDL cholesterol and Ornish heart disease reversal program' > "What Can I Do To Get My LDL Cholesterol Lower And The Ratio With HDL Cholesterol To Below 5:1?" https://www.ornish.com/zine/can-get-ldl-cholesterol-lower-ratio-hdl-cholesterol-51/ More >https://wiki.worlduniversityandschool.org/wiki/World_University_Medical_School lifestyle changes for heart disease reversal are proven

https://twitter.com/sgkmacleod/status/1229496534078590976?s=20


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(Dean Ornish MD's heart disease reversal studies begin with Yoga:

https://scholarspace.jccc.edu/cgi/viewcontent.cgi?article=1014&context=honors_journal

https://www.ornish.com/zine/purpose-yoga-ornish-program/



"Dean Ornish was the first to show that reversal (regression) of coronary arteriosclerosis is possible by adhering to a comprehensive lifestyle programme. In the context of the present discussion, two facts are especially important about this story. First, that such a reversal was thought to be impossible, what- ever the therapy, before Ornish proved the contrary; second, that at this early stage his work was largely inspired by the yoga-related ideas he had imbibed as a young man from the modern yogi Swami Satchidananda.67

The results of Dr Ornish’s research were reported after one and five years.68 The programme, now adopted and recognised worldwide under the name ‘Lifestyle Program’, consists of a four-component intervention, as follows:
1. moderate exercise
2. stress management
3. low fat plant-based diet
4. regular group support ... "

https://pdfs.semanticscholar.org/a05b/f7088e8fe51373bac7ad889effe05a7c9651.pdf

Ornish, D., S. E. Brown, L. W. Scherwitz et al. 1990 (a), ‘Can Lifestyle Changes Reverse Coro-nary Atherosclerosis? The Lifestyle Heart Trial’, The Lancet, 336: 129–33.

—— 1990 (b), ‘Lifestyle Changes and Heart Disease’, The Lancet, 336: 741–2.

Ornish, D., L. W. Scherwitz, J. Billings et al. 1998, ‘Intensive Lifestyle Changes for Reversal of Coronary Heart Disease: Five Years Follow-up of the Lifestyle Heart Trial’, Journal of the American Medical Association, 280: 2001–7.)




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Key takeaway is that no matter how your LDL goes up, it’s always worse than if it didn’t. But timing matters, too. To minimise the risk of heart disease, it’s always best to start paying attention to your numbers as early as possible 😊👍🏼



https://twitter.com/POhukainen/status/1229156574167519240?s=20



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Hank Greely @HankGreelyLSJU

NOW you tell me!
; )


https://twitter.com/HankGreelyLSJU/status/1229249814698721280?s=20



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W'end digest 🧐 Is more money wasted for HDL research with the ongoing large phase III RCT (AEGIS-II)  assessing the efficacy of apoA-I infusion therapy on the risk of cardiovascular events? 🙄 See below...  (1/3)

https://twitter.com/mak_sysepi/status/1228572963076739073?s=20



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Reinvent with #AvatarBotElectronicMedicalRecords heart disease research into SINGLE #RealisticVirtualEarthForSTEM to track LDL/HDL/Triglyceride ratio https://twitter.com/mak_sysepi/status/1228572963076739073?s=20 & https://twitter.com/POhukainen/status/1229156574167519240?s=20 & https://twitter.com/HankGreelyLSJU/status/1229249814698721280?s=20 > #HeartDiseaseReversal - https://twitter.com/sgkmacleod/status/1229496534078590976?s=20 ?



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Reinvent with #AvatarBotElectronicMedicalRecords heart disease research into SINGLE #RealisticVirtualEarthForSTEM to track LDL/HDL/Triglyceride ratio https://twitter.com/mak_sysepi/status/1228572963076739073?s=20 & https://twitter.com/POhukainen/status/1229156574167519240?s=20 & https://twitter.com/HankGreelyLSJU/status/1229249814698721280?s=20 > #HeartDiseaseReversal - https://twitter.com/sgkmacleod/status/1229496534078590976?s=20 ?


https://twitter.com/sgkmacleod/status/1229533962856366080?s=20
https://twitter.com/WorldUnivAndSch/status/1229534056687140864?s=20
https://twitter.com/scottmacleod/status/1229534171925626883?s=20





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Re poet Anselm Hollo's "Lost Original" poem, see, too:
https://scott-macleod.blogspot.com/2020/02/sarus-crane-rilke-damage-poet-anselm.html -


Mr. K said   in times of great crudity
it is necessary   to be subtle
so please wrap around me
with awkward grace
I may have suffered some Rilke Damage
or do I just have a little trouble
with fantasy tripwires
while engrossed in the sky's lexicon
& hills like purple pachyderms
"there's been a great upsurgence"
said the announcer   but I didn't catch
what of   & what of where
does it come from where does it go
still asking   on down the road


Rainer Maria Rilke
1875–1926



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Sarus crane: 'Rilke Damage' - Poet Anselm Hollo's "Lost Original" poem - What is 'Rilke Damage' for poet Anselm Hollo? * * * 2020 Nov election - Robb, Briscoe, MacLeod * Here's Stanford Professor of Political Science Dave Brady & friends again and Re Presidents' day yesterday

https://scott-macleod.blogspot.com/2020/02/sarus-crane-rilke-damage-poet-anselm.html -



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Again,
Christina @Indavisible Per https://twitter.com/Indavisible/status/1228810840473788419?s=20 Found Hollo's "Lost Original" What's 'Rilke Damage' here? Christian Theology. Nationalism.
Love–A girl's life. Greek Mythology. https://www.gradesaver.com/rainer-maria-rilke-poems/study-guide/themes Rilke was sensitive and introspective. His poetic
https://www.infoplease.com/encyclopedia/people/arts/german-lit/rilke-rainer-maria/poetic-style-and-themes ~


https://twitter.com/scottmacleod/status/1229860189668380673?s=20

(Christina Davis is a curator in the Woodberry Poetry Room at Harvard University).




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Lost Original by Anselm Hollo (1934-2013)
https://poets.org/poem/lost-original (GREAT POEM)
Amazing TROVE of his online poems
http://writing.upenn.edu/epc/authors/hollo/
& here's his "Four Stills from "The Poet"" "Maya" (1970) http://writing.upenn.edu/epc/authors/hollo/hollo_poem_four_stills.html #BeatPoets > @WorldUnivAndSch /1960s / Poetry /Counterculture


https://twitter.com/scottmacleod/status/1230295619446558720?s=20



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poet Anselm Hollo counter-culture #BeatPoets http://magazine.naropa.edu/2013-spring/university-news/in-memoriam.php https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Anselm_Hollo https://poets.org/poet/anselm-hollo https://books.google.com/books?id=3YY0DwAAQBAJ&pg=PA320&lpg=PA320&dq=Was+poet+Anselm+Hollo+a+countercultural+poet?&source=bl&ots=cKveEotguS&sig=ACfU3U2Gb4FzHbYpPKkhQK-EAjYk9Nm8nA&hl=en&sa=X&ved=2ahUKEwjFuJuP9t7nAhWioFsKHZWFA-UQ6AEwA3oECAoQAQ#v=onepage&q=Was%20poet%20Anselm%20Hollo%20a%20countercultural%20poet%3F&f=false Cambridge UP https://books.google.com/books?id=UUInSV7keEUC&pg=PA524&lpg=PA524&dq=Was+poet+Anselm+Hollo+a+counterculture+poet?&source=bl&ots=YIi9eBpAMn&sig=ACfU3U0o4bkK_BrbML4EbxeZBhmofccIyw&hl=en&sa=X&ved=2ahUKEwjDneOe9t7nAhVcHTQIHTs5CvQQ6AEwA3oECAkQAQ#v=onepage&q=Was%20poet%20Anselm%20Hollo%20a%20counterculture%20poet%3F&f=false & https://www.poetryproject.org/anselm-hollo-tribute-online-supplement-to-the-poetry-project-newsletter-featuring-jane-dalrymple-hollo-ed-sanders-reed-bye-simon-pettet-anne-waldman/ > #CounterCulture https://wiki.worlduniversityandschool.org/wiki/Counterculture ~ #1960s https://wiki.worlduniversityandschool.org/wiki/1960s ~

https://twitter.com/scottmacleod/status/1230298888923308033?s=20




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There are 6 Celtic languages still spoken in the world today, spoken in NW Europe. They are divided into 2 groups, Goidelic (or Gaelic) & the Brythonic (or British). The  3 Goidelic langs still spoken are Irish, Scottish & Manx. #GaelicLangs #CelticLangs https://simple.wikipedia.org/wiki/Celtic_languages ~

https://twitter.com/TheOpenBand/status/1229990162240692225?s=20
https://twitter.com/WorldUnivAndSch/status/1229990982306779136?s=20
https://twitter.com/sgkmacleod/status/1229990920331776000?s=20
https://twitter.com/scottmacleod/status/1229990883207942144?s=20


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There are 6 Celtic languages still spoken in the world today, spoken in NW Europe. They are divided into 2 groups, Goidelic (or Gaelic) & the Brythonic (or British). The  3 Goidelic langs still spoken are Irish, Scottish & Manx. #GaelicLangs #CelticLangs https://wiki.worlduniversityandschool.org/wiki/Scottish_Gaelic_language ~

https://twitter.com/TheOpenBand/status/1229990290192240641?s=20
https://twitter.com/scottmacleod/status/1229990716044001282?s=20
https://twitter.com/WorldUnivAndSch/status/1229991365603254272?s=20
https://twitter.com/sgkmacleod/status/1229991316223709184?s=20


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Thu, Feb 20, 2020 

Léa Lacroix via lists.wikimedia.org 

1:12 AM (7 hours ago)
to Discussion
Hello all,


The fourth edition of the Celtic Knot Conference, focusing on minority languages on the Wikimedia projects, will take place on July 9th and 10th, 2020 in Limerick, Ireland.

The Celtic Knot Wikimedia Language Conference aims to bring people together to share their experiences of working on sharing information in minority languages. We hope to help people learn how to encourage the flow of information across language barriers and support associated communities. As in previous years we will have a strong focus on Wikidata and its potential to support languages.

Wikimedia UK has been the organiser with local partners for the 2017 Celtic Knot Wikimedia Language Conference in Edinburgh (focusing on Scottish Gaelic), in 2018 in Aberystwyth (focusing on Welsh) and in 2019 in Falmouth (focusing on Cornish). In 2020, the conference will focus on Irish and developing its Wikimedia community - whilst making sure that we can share and support other languages in the Celtic Knot and beyond.

The programme will include presentations and workshops linked to the conference themes of:
  • How Wikidata and language technology can support minority languages
  • Wikimedia projects in education with language applications
  • Experiences with empowering wiki communities to create content in their language
  • How cultural institutions and wiki communities work together to provide more accessible knowledge in minority languages

We especially expect a lot of representatives from Irish cultural institutions as well as contributors of Wikimedia projects in various languages.

Are you interested in participating? Save the date in your calendar! The call for submissions to the program will start on February 27th until March 30th. A scholarship program will be set up and more information will be shared in March.


If you have any questions or suggestions, feel free to leave a comment on the talk page.

Feel free to share this email to any people or groups you think would be interested!

Cheers,
--
Léa Lacroix
Project Manager Community Communication for Wikidata

Wikimedia Deutschland e.V.
Tempelhofer Ufer 23-24
10963 Berlin
www.wikimedia.de

Wikimedia Deutschland - Gesellschaft zur Förderung Freien Wissens e. V.

Eingetragen im Vereinsregister des Amtsgerichts Berlin-Charlottenburg unter der Nummer 23855 Nz. Als gemeinnützig anerkannt durch das Finanzamt für Körperschaften I Berlin, Steuernummer 27/029/42207.
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Added my name to @StanfordCeili dancing alumni list. Would be interesting to explore ONLINE #StanfordCeili dancing with sim https://wiki.worlduniversityandschool.org/wiki/Scottish_Country_Dancing with time, in #GaelicLangs https://wiki.worlduniversityandschool.org/wiki/Scottish_Gaelic_language @WorldUnivAndSch @scottmacleod -http://worlduniversityandschool.org -http://scottmacleod.com ~

https://twitter.com/TheOpenBand/status/1229906840412049410?s=20
https://twitter.com/scottmacleod/status/1229912355028357120?s=20




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A wee bit hilarious:
Bunny Fou Fou by The Singing Kettle
https://youtu.be/wECqYszJgG0
Shove Yer Granny by The Singing Kettle
https://youtu.be/vUbpCdbyXTc
from 1993: https://youtu.be/MtY4nGok9Vs
I'll No Marry You with Bonzo & S.K.
https://youtu.be/pPbTSB7yHBI
S.K. 1982-2015
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Singing_Kettle ~

https://twitter.com/TheOpenBand/status/1230289819130925056?s=20



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Calamity Castle ~
Shove Yer Granny by The Singing Kettle
https://youtu.be/vUbpCdbyXTc
#ScottishCulture
Singalong Songs From Scotland
The Singing Kettle
https://folkways.si.edu/the-singing-kettle/singalong-songs-from-scotland/childrens-world/music/album/smithsonian
The Singing Kettle: Best Loved Singalong Songs (1998)
https://youtu.be/mbUsc1Ag5Bw /Scotland @WorldUnivAndSch ~


https://twitter.com/TheOpenBand/status/1230291218036187136?s=20




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Consortium Ou atterrir? présentation de la démarche par Bruno Latour - https://vimeo.com/388956308 @BrunoLatourAIME
How best with #WUaSUniversalTranslator @WorldUnivAndSch to translate this VIMEO video in voice now in #RealTime by holding up smartphone to it re in #UnitedNations?


https://twitter.com/sgkmacleod/status/1230301206678892544?s=20
https://twitter.com/scottmacleod/status/1230301660104122368?s=20
https://twitter.com/WorldUnivAndSch/status/1230301812986507264?s=20
https://twitter.com/WUaSPress/status/1230302160979578880?s=20
https://twitter.com/TheOpenBand/status/1230303329139322880?s=20



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How best with #WUaSUniversalTranslator @WorldUnivAndSch to translate this VIMEO video in voice in #RealTime by holding up #SmartPhone to it re in #UniversalTranslator? Consortium Ou atterrir? présentation de la démarche par #BrunoLatour - https://vimeo.com/388956308 @BrunoLatourAIME~


https://twitter.com/WorldUnivAndSch/status/1230307250545123328?s=20
https://twitter.com/scottmacleod/status/1230307653026344960?s=20
https://twitter.com/sgkmacleod/status/1230307792348569600?s=20
https://twitter.com/WUaSPress/status/1230308272348884993?s=20





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Imagine REINVENTING too PUBLISHING in 7K Langs from Google StreetView from text in side bar to new kinds of paper with "Imagine the possibilities of using #AR business cards" https://twitter.com/TerenceLeungSF/status/1229609820300414977?s=20 > https://scott-macleod.blogspot.com/2020/02/deschutes-national-forest-some-news-for.html #AR #VR #RealisticVirtualEarthForPublishing @WUaSPress~

https://twitter.com/WorldUnivAndSch/status/1230250048652365824?s=20
https://twitter.com/scottmacleod/status/1230251508182085632?s=20
https://twitter.com/sgkmacleod/status/1230250876289241088?s=20
https://twitter.com/HarbinBook/status/1230252098140327937?s=20




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Imagine REINVENTING too PUBLISHING in 7K Langs from Google StreetView from text in side bar to new kinds of paper with "Imagine the possibilities of using #AR business cards https://twitter.com/TerenceLeungSF/status/1229609820300414977?s=20 >https://scott-macleod.blogspot.com/2020/02/deschutes-national-forest-some-news-for.html #VR #RealisticVirtualEarthForPublishing @WorldUnivAndSch~



https://twitter.com/WUaSPress/status/1230252796441575424?s=20






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The scientific community opening up to new ideas #physiologicalirrelevantconference

https://twitter.com/OdedRechavi/status/1228634026774335489?s=20












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Tuesday, February 18, 2020

Sarus crane: 'Rilke Damage' - Poet Anselm Hollo's "Lost Original" poem - What is 'Rilke Damage' for poet Anselm Hollo? * * * 2020 Nov election - Robb, Briscoe, MacLeod * Here's Stanford Professor of Political Science Dave Brady & friends again and Re Presidents' day yesterday


'Rilke Damage' - Poet Anselm Hollo's "Lost Original" poem 


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Lost Original

 - 1934-2013

Mr. K said   in times of great crudity
it is necessary   to be subtle
so please wrap around me
with awkward grace
I may have suffered some Rilke Damage
or do I just have a little trouble
with fantasy tripwires
while engrossed in the sky's lexicon
& hills like purple pachyderms
"there's been a great upsurgence"
said the announcer   but I didn't catch
what of   & what of where
does it come from where does it go
still asking   on down the road

https://poets.org/poem/lost-original



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Christina @Indavisible Per https://twitter.com/Indavisible/status/1228810840473788419?s=20 Found Hollo's "Lost Original" What's 'Rilke Damage' here? Christian Theology. Nationalism.
Love–A girl's life. Greek Mythology. https://www.gradesaver.com/rainer-maria-rilke-poems/study-guide/themes Rilke was sensitive and introspective. His poetic
https://www.infoplease.com/encyclopedia/people/arts/german-lit/rilke-rainer-maria/poetic-style-and-themes ~

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Christian Theology.
Nationalism.
Love – A girl's life.
Greek Mythology.

https://www.gradesaver.com/rainer-maria-rilke-poems/study-guide/themes

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Rilke was sensitive and introspective. His poetic style was rich and supple, varying from the simple to the elaborate and profound.

https://www.infoplease.com/encyclopedia/people/arts/german-lit/rilke-rainer-maria/poetic-style-and-themes


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Rainer Maria Rilke: Poems Themes
Christian Theology. Throughout the poetic career of Rainer Maria Rilke, the expression or exploration of the Christian faith is a major theme. ...
Nationalism. ...
Love – A girl's life. ...
Greek Mythology.

https://www.gradesaver.com/rainer-maria-rilke-poems/study-guide/themes


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"Rilke was sensitive and introspective. His poetic style was rich and supple, varying from the simple to the elaborate and profound. It is generally characterized by striking visual imagery, musicality, and a preponderant use of nouns. The erotic and spiritual love between men and women is a constant theme. ... "

https://www.infoplease.com/encyclopedia/people/arts/german-lit/rilke-rainer-maria/poetic-style-and-themes

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Rilke, Rainer Maria: Poetic Style and Themes

Rilke was sensitive and introspective. His poetic style was rich and supple, varying from the simple to the elaborate and profound. It is generally characterized by striking visual imagery, musicality, and a preponderant use of nouns. The erotic and spiritual love between men and women is a constant theme. In tone Rilke's verse was often mystical and prophetic; he used symbolism as a means of expression and created poetry that bears a strong resemblance to medieval verse. This resemblance may reflect Rilke's religious outlook—his probing into the emotional and spiritual issues involved in the search for goodness and transcendence in the absence of a personal God and his absorption with death as a poetic theme. Rilke was antimodern in many ways, an attitude particularly evident in his antipathy for large modern cities.








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Rainer Maria Rilke: Poems Themes

Written by Rudolf Pretzler, Nursalin Ashfi

Christian Theology

Throughout the poetic career of Rainer Maria Rilke, the expression or exploration of the Christian faith is a major theme. Such a topic can be found in many of his works, yet is most prevalent in the late early poems that have a strong Christian narrative. A good example of this can be found in “Die Kinder” (The children) where death is portrayed as a benevolent Christian figure, promising eternal life. This poem is part of a cycle called the eleven visions of Christ, which in itself shows the strong mythical adoration for the Christian leader Rilke had.
The depiction of Christian faith and religious symbolism is positive within the works of Rilke where little doubt can be found as to the sincerity and truthfulness of god’s plan for this earth and his benevolence. Especially in his early career as a poet, Rilke wrote almost only religiously charged poems.
However, he never really adhered to common themes of religious worship of his time and one would be hard pressed to find many references to the bible or particular sermons within his poems. The Christian faith seems disengaged from the worldly and found only in the God and his acting upon this planet. The most important example of this is found in his “Duino Elegies”, which are heavily Christian but in such a mythical way as to be completely different from common Catholic or Protestant teachings.
This theme can be considered the most prevalent of all themes within Rilke’s poetry. It is the main theme of many of his poetic cycles, including “Christus Elf Visionen” (The eleven visions of Christ), “Gebete der Maedchen zu Maria” (The girls prayers to Mary), or “Das Marien- Leben” (The life of Mary). Later poems leave this theme and focus on other topics like ancient mythology and human life.

Nationalism

As a man of Bohemian (Czech) origin within the Austrian empire, Rilke showed strong nationalistic streaks within very early poems. While this theme becomes less prevalent in later stages of his writing, especially the very early cycle of poems “Larenopfer” (Sacrifice to the Laren), shows strong nationalistic tendencies within the description of characters.
A good example of this can be found in “Das Heimatlied” (The origin’s song). Rilke exemplifies the pride of his people through a young woman, upon being asked to sing a song about her home, says three words in Czech and starts crying in joy. This is significant as Bohemia was part of the Austrian Empire during Rilke’s lifetime and the usage of the Czech language in contrast to the German narrative can be seen as a nationalistic outburst.

Love – A girl’s life

Especially at the start of the twentieth century, after his first strong religious wave of poems, Rilke showed a special interest in the life of females, often from his own country. It is important to notice here that almost none of the poems actually describes a particular woman. The girls and women in these poems can be considered ideals of life and as a yearning towards companionship.
The poems focus on women’s life journey (e.g. “Jetzt sind sie schon alle selber Frauen” – They are women already), work (e.g. “Wenn die blonden Flechterinnen…” – When the blonde weavers…), romantic joy (e.g. “Koeniginnen seid ihr und reich…” – Queens you are and rich…) or even strive (e.g. Maedchenmelancholie” – melancholy of a girl).
However, the depicted women are always beautiful, idealistic and perfect in their position within society. Rilke refrained from depicting reality, rather focussing on an ideal world of men, where women’s life is purely defined by the existence and love of men.

Greek Mythology

Rilke’s strong focus on mythological content, especially his recount of the ancient Greek mythology of Orpheus and Eurydice in “Die Sonette an Orpheus” (Sonnets to Orpheus), found their height after his time as a soldier in First World War. Typical for Rilke’s style, most of the poems have a strong metaphoric character.

This focus on Greek mythology should, however, not be misunderstood as a refocus away from Christian believes, as most of these poems were created at the same time as his highly mythical Christian series “Duinos Elegien”. In contrast, when analyzing the Greek themes they are often found to be married to themes found in the bible.



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Rainer Maria Rilke

AUSTRIAN-GERMAN POET
Alternative Title: René Maria Rilke

Rainer Maria Rilke, original name René Maria Rilke, (born Dec. 4, 1875, PragueBohemiaAustria-Hungary [now in Czech Republic]—died Dec. 29, 1926, Valmont, Switz.), Austro-German poet who became internationally famous with such works as Duino Elegies and Sonnets to Orpheus.

https://www.britannica.com/biography/Rainer-Maria-Rilke



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Rainer Maria Rilke
1875–1926


Widely recognized as one of the most lyrically intense German-language poets, Rainer Maria Rilke was unique in his efforts to expand the realm of poetry through new uses of syntax and imagery and in an aesthetic philosophy that rejected Christian precepts and strove to reconcile beauty and suffering, life and death. As C. M. Bowra observed in Rainer Maria Rilke: Aspects of His Mind and Poetry, “Where others have found a unifying principle for themselves in religion or morality or the search for truth, Rilke found his in the search for impressions and the hope these could be turned into poetry... For him Art was what mattered most in life.” The only child of a German-speaking family in Prague, then part of the Austro-Hungarian empire, Rilke was the son of a retired officer in the Austrian army who worked as a railroad official; his mother was a socially ambitious and possessive woman. At age eleven Rilke began his formal schooling at a military boarding academy; in 1891 he was discharged due to health problems that would plague him throughout his life. He immediately returned to Prague, only to find that his parents had divorced in his absence. Shortly thereafter he began receiving private instruction toward passing the entrance exams for Prague’s Charles-Ferdinand University. In 1894 his first book of verse, Leben und Lieder: Bilder und Tagebuchblatter, was published. After a short stint at Charles-Ferdinand University, Rilke left Prague for Munich where he mingled in the city’s literary circles, had several of his plays produced, published his poetry collections, Larenopfer and Traumgelkront, and was introduced to the work of Danish writer Jens Peter Jacobsen, who was a decisive influence during Rilke’s formative years. Visiting Venice in 1897, Rilke met Lou Andreas-Salome, a married woman fifteen years his senior, who was also a strong influence. After spending the summer of 1897 with her in the Bavarian Alps, Rilke accompanied Salome and her husband to Berlin in late 1897 and to Italy the following year.
Rilke’s early verse, short stories, and plays are characterized by their romanticism. His early poems show the influence of the German folk song tradition and have been compared to the lyrical work of Heinrich Heine. The most popular poetry collections of Rilke’s during this period were Vom lieben Gott und Anderes (Stories of God) and the romantic cycle Die Weise von Liebe und Tod des Cornets Christoph Rilke (The Story of the Love and Death of Cornet Christoph Rilke), which remained the poet’s most widely recognized book during his lifetime. Dictionary of Literary Biography contributor George C. Schoolfield called Rilke’s first poetry collection, Leben und Lieder (“Life and Songs”), “unbearably sentimental,” but thought later works such as Larenopfer(“Offering to the Lares”) and Traumgekroent (“Crowned with Dreams”) demonstrated “considerably better proof of his lyric talent.” Although none of Rilke’s plays are considered major works, and his short stories, according to Schoolfield, demonstrate the author’s immaturity, the latter do show “his awareness of language and a certain psychological refinement,” as well as “flashes of brilliant satiric gift” and “evidence of a keen insight into human relations.” Schoolfield also observed that “some of Rilke’s best tales are autobiographical,” such as “Pierre Dumont,” which features a young boy saying goodbye to his mother at the gates to a military school, and “Ewald Tragy,” a two-part story about a boy who leaves his family and hometown of Prague for Munich, where he fights loneliness but enjoys a new sense of freedom.

In 1899 Rilke made the first of two pivotal trips to Russia with Salome, discovering what he termed his “spiritual fatherland” in both the people and the landscape. There Rilke met Leo Tolstoy, L. O. Pasternak (father of Boris Pasternak), and the peasant poet Spiridon Droschin, whose works Rilke translated into German. These trips provided Rilke with the poetic material and inspiration essential to his developing philosophy of existential materialism and art as religion. Inspired by the lives of the Russian people, whom the poet considered more devoutly spiritual than other Europeans, Rilke’s work during this period often featured traditional Christian imagery and concepts, but presented art as the sole redeemer of humanity. Soon after his return from Russia in 1900, he began writing Das Stundenbuch enthaltend die drei Bücher: Vom moenchischen Leben; Von der Pilgerschaft; Von der Armuth und vom Tode, a collection that “marked for him the end of an epoch,” according to Bowra and others. This book, translated as The Book of Hours; Comprising the Three Books: Of the Monastic Life, Of Pilgrimage, Of Poverty and Death, consists of a series of prayers about the search for God. Because of this concern, Hound and Horn critic Hester Pickman noted that the book “might have fallen out of the writings of Christian contemplatives,” except that “the essential pattern is an inversion of theirs. God is not light but darkness—not a father, but a son, not the creator but the created. He and not man is our neighbor for men are infinitely far from each other. They must seek God, not where one or two are gathered in His name, but alone.”

Whenever Rilke writes about God, however, he is not referring to the deity in the traditional sense, but rather uses the term to refer to the life force, or nature, or an all-embodying, pantheistic consciousness that is only slowly coming to realize its existence. “Extending the idea of evolution,” Eudo C. Mason explained in an introduction to The Book of Hours, “and inspired probably also in some measure by Nietzsche’s idea of the Superman, Rilke arrives at the paradoxical conception of God as the final result instead of the first cause of the cosmic process.” Holding in contempt “all other more traditional forms of devoutness, which… merely ‘accept God as a given fact,’” Rilke did not deny God’s existence, but insisted that all possibilities about the nature of life be given equal consideration.

The real theme of The Book of Hours, concluded Mason, is the poet’s “own inner life,” his struggles toward comprehension, and, “above all… his perils as a poet.” The second major concept in The Book of Hours is Rilke’s apotheosis of art. “‘Religion is the art of those who are uncreative,’” Mason quoted Rilke as having said; the poet’s work is often concerned with the artist’s role in society and with his inner doubts about his belief in poetry’s superiority. Because of the firm establishment of these two themes in The Book of Hours, the collection “is essential to the understanding of what comes afterwards” in Rilke’s writing, attested Pickman. The Book of Hours was also another of the poet’s most popular works, second only to The Story of the Love and Death of Cornet Christoph Rilke during his lifetime. But despite being a “very beautiful” book, it also “remains too constantly abstract. It lacks the solid reality of great poetry,” according to Pickman.

Rilke fixed his verse more firmly in reality in his next major poetry collection, Neue Gedichte (New Poems). The major influence behind this work was Rilke’s association with the famous French sculptor, Auguste Rodin. Working as Rodin’s secretary from 1905 to 1906, Rilke gained a greater appreciation of his work ethic. More importantly, however, the poet’s verses became objective, evolving from an impressionistic, personal vision to the representation of this vision with impersonal symbolism. He referred to this type of poetry as Dinggedichte (thing poems). These verses employed a simple vocabulary to describe concrete subjects experienced in everyday life and would lead W. H. Auden to declare in New Republic that “Rilke’s most immediate and obvious influence has been upon diction and imagery.” Rilke expressed ideas with “physical rather than intellectual symbols. While Shakespeare, for example, thought of the non-human world in terms of the human, Rilke thinks of the human in terms of the non-human, of what he calls Things (Dinge).” Having learned the skill of perceptive observation from Rodin and, later, from the French painter Paul Cezanne, Rilke “sustained for a little while the ability to write without inspiration, to transform his observations—indeed his whole life—into art,” according to Nancy Willard, author of Testimony of the Invisible Man. The “‘thingness’ of these poems,” explained Erich Heller in The Artist’s Journey into the Interior and Other Essays, “reflects not the harmony in which an inner self lives with its ‘objects’; it reflects a troubled inner self immersing itself in ‘the things.’” But although this objective approach innovatively addressed subjects never before recognized by other poets and created “dazzling poems,” Rilke realized, according to Willard, that it “did not really open the secret of living things.”

By this point in his career, Rilke was reaching a crisis in his art that revealed itself both in New Poems and his only major prose work, the novel Die Aufzeichnungen des Malte Laurids Brigge (The Notebooks of Malte Laurids Brigge). These works express the poet’s growing doubts about whether anything existed that was superior to mankind and his world. This, in turn, brought into question Rilke’s very reason for writing poetry: the search for deeper meaning in life through art. In her book, Rainer Maria Rilke, E. M. Butler averred that “The Notebooks of Malte Laurids Brigge” marks a crisis in Rilke’s attitude to God, a crisis which might be hailed as the loss of a delusion, or deplored as the loss of an ideal… [His concept of the] future artist-god had never been more than a sublime hypothesis, deriving from Rilke’s belief in the creative and transforming powers of art.” Having failed, in his mind, to accurately represent God in his poetry, Rilke attempted to “transform life into art” in his New Poems. “What he learnt,” Butler continued, “is what every artist has to face sooner or later, the realisation that life is much more creative than art. So that his mythological dream, the apotheosis of art, appeared to be founded on delusion. Either art was not as creative as he had thought, or he was not such a great artist. Both these doubts were paralyzing, and quite sufficient to account for the terrible apprehension present in every line of Malte Laurids Brigge. For this skepticism struck at the roots of his reason and justification for existence. Either he was the prophet of a new religion, or he was nobody.”

The Notebooks of Malte Laurids Brigge is a loosely autobiographical novel about a student who is the last descendant of a noble Danish family (Rilke believed, erroneously according to his biographers, that he was distantly related to Carinthian nobility), and follows his life from his birth to a grim, poverty-stricken life as a student in Paris. Images of death and decay (especially in the Paris scenes) and Malte’s fear of death are a continuous presence throughout the narrative. Because Rilke never finished The Notebooks of Malte Laurids Brigge (in one of his letters, the author told a friend he ended the book “‘out of exhaustion,’” reported Schoolfield) Malte’s ultimate fate is left ambiguous. In one of Rilke’s letters translated in Letters of Rainer Maria Rilke: 1910-1926, the author remarked that the most significant question in The Notebooks of Malte Laurids Brigge is: “[How] is it possible to live when after all the elements of this life are utterly incomprehensible to us?” As William Rose determined in Rainer Maria Rilke: Aspects of His Mind and Poetry, The Notebooks of Malte Laurids Brigge actually was kind of a catharsis for the author in which “Rilke gave full vent… to the fears which haunted him.” “Without the Notebooksbehind him,” Wood concluded, “the poet would hardly have ventured” to write the Duino Elegies in 1912.

Duino Elegies “might well be called the greatest set of poems of modern times,” claimed Colin Wilson, author of Religion and the Rebel. Wilson averred, “They have had as much influence in German-speaking countries as [T. S. Eliot‘s] The Waste Land has in England and America.” Having discovered a dead end in the objective poetry with which he experimented in New Poems, Rilke once again turned to his own personal vision to find solutions to questions about the purpose of human life and the poet’s role in society. Duino Elegies finally resolved these puzzles to Rilke’s own satisfaction. Called Duino Elegies because Rilke began writing them in 1912 while staying at Duino Castle on the Italian Adriatic coast, the collection took ten years to complete, due to an inspiration-stifling depression the poet suffered during and after World War I. When his inspiration returned, however, the poet wrote a total of eleven lengthy poems for the book; later this was edited down to ten poems. The unifying poetic image that Rilke employs throughout Duino Elegies is that of angels, which carry many meanings, albeit not the usual Christian connotations. The angels represent a higher force in life, both beautiful and terrible, completely indifferent to mankind; they represent the power of poetic vision, as well as Rilke’s personal struggle to reconcile art and life. The Duino angels thus allowed Rilke to objectify abstract ideas as he had done in New Poems, while not limiting him to the mundane materialism that was incapable of thoroughly illustrating philosophical issues.

The revolutionary poetic philosophy that Rilke proposed in Duino Elegies is considered significant to many literary scholars. “No poet before him had been brave enough to accept the whole of [the dark side of the] world, as if it were unquestionably valid and potentially universal,” asserted Conrad Aiken in his Collected Criticism. Like the German philosopher Friedrich Nietzsche, who lived about the same time as Rilke, the poet determined his objective to be “[praise] and celebration in the face of and in full consciousness of the facts that had caused other minds to assume an attitude of negativity,” wrote Emergence from Chaos author Stuart Holroyd. But even though the final purpose of Duino Elegies is to praise existence, the “predominant note… is one of lament.” By overcoming his quandaries in this collection, Rilke was completely free to devote his poetry to praise in Sonnets to Orpheus.

“The Sonnets are the songs of his victory,” affirmed Bowra in The Heritage of Symbolism. “In the Sonnets,” Bowra wrote, “Rilke shows what poetry meant to him, what he got from it and what he hoped for it. The dominating mood is joy. It is a complement to the distress and anxiety of the Elegies, and in Rilke’s whole performance the two books must be taken together.” Aiken similarly commented that the “ Sonnets to Orpheus… is, with the Elegies, Rilke’s finest work—the two books really belong together, shine the better for each other’s presence.”

In the last few years of his life, Rilke was inspired by such French poets as Paul Valery and Jean Cocteau, and wrote most of his last verses in French. Rilke suffered from illness his whole life and died of leukemia in 1926 while staying at the Valmont sanatorium near Lake Geneva. On his deathbed, he remained true to his anti-Christian beliefs and refused the company of a priest. Hermann Hesse summed up Rilke’s evolution as a poet in his book, My Belief: Essays on Life and Art: “Remarkable, this journey from the youthful music of Bohemian folk poetry… to Orpheus, remarkable how… his mastery of form increases, penetrates deeper and deeper into his problems! And at each stage now and again the miracle occurs, his delicate, hesitant, anxiety-prone person withdraws, and through him resounds the music of the universe; like the basin of a fountain he becomes at once instrument and ear.” Without his parents’ religious ideals to comfort him, Rilke found peace in his art. As Holroyd concluded, the “poetry which Rilke wrote to express and extend his experience… is one of the most successful attempts a modern man has made to orientate himself within his chaotic world.”

https://www.poetryfoundation.org/poets/rainer-maria-rilke



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I've translated both Rilke's poetry, as well as the Mehta's book "Yoga: The Iyengar Way" into German in the late 1980s, as a way to learn both translation, and improve my German. (I was living in the Philadelphia area, in Wallingford, Media, and near Swarthmore, and was both a student at Pendle Hill: A Quaker Center for Study and Contemplation for a year, and working in the Pendle Hill bookstore and publishing house after this for about 2.5 years - https://pendlehill.org - https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pendle_Hill_Quaker_Center_for_Study_and_Contemplation).

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2020 Nov election - Robb, Briscoe, MacLeod

Scott MacLeod
10:00 AM (3 hours ago)
to Dick, Lucy, Janie, Alden

Dick, Lucy, Ma, Alden,

With the 2020 NYT's presidential co-endorsement, here's an Elizabeth Warren article, 3rd from top of the NYTs on smartphone today ... "How Elizabeth Warren’s Camp Is Seeking to Regain the Spotlight" - https://www.nytimes.com/2020/02/18/us/politics/elizabeth-warren-nevada.html

Alden, what are your thoughts about her electability at this time?

Have recently come across some:

Hippy Nordic artists (both Finns) who came to US in mid 1960s ... a time and place and culture which I'd think, or posit, transformed them:

Lief Segerstam
conducting Rimsky-Korsakov's 'Scheherezade'

https://youtu.be/zY4w4_W30aQ


(https://www.kairos-music.com/sites/default/files/artists/leif_0.jpg

https://www.kairos-music.com/sites/default/files/artists/leif_0.jpg

with a degree in conducting from Juilliard in 1965 https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Leif_Segerstam)



Anselm Hollo (poet)

Lost Original (poem)

https://poets.org/poem/lost-original

which poem I've added here, with other related Hollo #BeatPoets' Tweets -

https://twitter.com/scottmacleod/status/1229179829414531072?s=20


https://twitter.com/scottmacleod/status/1229179816517099520?s=20

I learned of Anselm Hollo from a Harvard Woodberry Poetry Room curator, and Quaker, I think:
Christina Davis
@Indavisible
Poet | Activist | Curator @WPRHarvard | Friend ...

https://twitter.com/Indavisible/status/1228810840473788419?s=20

Do you happen to know her, Dick and Lucy?

Fondly, Scotty



Here's Stanford's Dave Brady again and Re Presidents' day yesterday:


Here's Stanford Professor of Political Science, Dave Brady, whom I've been impressed with in person in the Stanford Law school (and he responded to an email I sent him about his talk too) before (and where political science is getting closer and closer to a science), and upcoming election, FYI:

Assessing the Prospects for a Brokered Convention
By Brett Parker & David Brady
https://www.realclearpolitics.com/articles/2020/02/13/assessing_the_prospects_for_a_brokered_convention_142386.html

I found this sentence interesting here:
"Suppose for the sake of argument, however, that the field narrowed to a single moderate and a single progressive (with likely Biden, Buttigieg, or Klobuchar in the former role and Sanders in the latter)."

And in a similar vein from Parker and Brady in 2018, re 'flipping the house' - https://www.realclearpolitics.com/articles/2018/11/06/flipping_the_house_what_94_06_10_turnout_tells_us_138561.html


And in audio from these 2 Stanford political scientists, both who watch surveys, with Doug Rivers & Dave Brady -

Area 45: Dave Brady And Doug Rivers: The State Of The Presidential Race
interview with David Brady, Douglas Rivers
Monday, January 27, 2020

> https://www.hoover.org/research/area-45-dave-brady-and-doug-rivers-state-presidential-race


Area 45: The State Of The Presidential Race
interview with David Brady, Douglas Rivers
Friday, November 15, 2019
https://www.hoover.org/research/area-45-state-presidential-race

I find some Stanford professors - here too as I listen to the 1/27/20 interviews - fascinating.

Happy Presidents' day!

https://twitter.com/Harvard/status/1229421617979252739?s=20 :)

Regards, Scott


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