There's a free concert with the St Lawrence String Quartet at Stanford today at 2:30 if you might be interested -
and another one of Indian and Jazz music at 4 (which costs a bit) with Mahesh Kale and George Brooks (https://events.stanford.edu/events/683/68349/) ... I enjoyed Mahesh Kale's music on YouTube yesterday ... and posted 3 videos of him to Twitter feeds .... this one inspiringly of his young son singing in response to him ... https://twitter.com/scottmacleod/status/878678629462327297 ... https://twitter.com/HarbinBook/status/878680192717176832 ... https://twitter.com/HarbinBook/status/878684622955008000 ...
Inspiring ,Mahesh Kale Live India Gate New Delhi ,दिवाळी पहाट 2016 -3 https://t.co/utmthNC7QI and liberating ... vocal music & Kirtan vision— HarbinBook (@HarbinBook) June 24, 2017
As impressed as I am with the role and meditative vision of religion in India for good, I also have reservations about the symbolic significance of worshipping a dismembered divinity, Jagganath, for example ... and think online psychiatry is a worthwhile practice to introduce in all countries' official and main languages, not only in India ...
कोलकाता में हुई रथ यात्रा संपन्न कर, भगवान श्री जगन्नाथ से बंगाल की रक्षा और देश की सतत उन्नति की प्रार्थना की।— Kailash Vijayvargiya (@KailashOnline) June 25, 2017
जय जगन्नाथ जी pic.twitter.com/uI77eslV5u
(See - https://twitter.com/KailashOnline/status/879009096460103681 - which I just posted to my @HarbinBook Twitter profile today along with these other Mahesh Kale Tweets)
Abir Gulal by Mahesh Kale at upvan Thane https://t.co/uCK3tif3Cv re Harbin Kirtan Mahesh playing @Stanford tomorrow https://t.co/VzAIYMhUDP— HarbinBook (@HarbinBook) June 24, 2017
Love it: Mahesh kale son super riyaj.. learning https://t.co/5Fh2mumXq0 Mahesh kale is playing at Stanford tomorrow https://t.co/7Y1rTKDXTN— scottmacleod (@scottmacleod) June 24, 2017
***Heard back in email from last Wednesday's Stanford Medicine Grand Rounds' presenter, Dr. Sanjeev Arora, creator of Project ECHO which may inform all ~ 200 of World Univ and Sch's online Med Sch's in their countrues' official and main languages - that he's setting up a time for us to talk further about collaborating. :) Great news ...
Bezoar ibex (Capra aegagrus): Stanford "Medicine Grand Rounds: Democratizing Knowledge to Reduce Disparities in Healthcare – Project ECHO", WUaS Corporation Board development, Medical School collaborations re online WUaS Medical Schools in all countries' official languages - and with Project Echo and Stanford Global Health Initiatives?, How would sound from a recording from a realistic virtual earth of a tunnel below the Library of Alexandria sound today compared with when the tunnel was built - is a mind expanding question?, Stanford talk just now - "Paula Matthusen: Sounds in Remembered Spaces and before"
Originally from Karachi, Pakistan, Dr. Mirza is a Board Certified child psychiatrist MD in the US ... who speaks languages in Pakistan ... https://twitter.com/DocMirza ... interested in brainwave research, too.
And Project ECHO for online medicine/specialists has had a specific need for psychiatrists from its inception in treating the side effects of drugs for Hepatitis C ...
Curious how to further introduce reason into family communication, and, GKM, while successful as a MD and Professor, reasoned intensely, ... he also had an emotional, un-reasonable side, which memes (replicating cultural units) echo through me, and probably us as a family too. GLA was very reasoning and smart in a different way, and understood Dad - and as a MD psychiatrist Lacanian psychoanalyst and family friend - he also had clinical experience in navigating emotional intensities such as Dad's and in relation to others (such as offspring) ... not sure Dad was so sensible with thinking about me in the 1990s ... just an observation (or even in the 1970s, emerging from the 1960s, and when I was in high school ... when career thinking from GKM could have been helpful in retrospect) ... (glad to have heard from GCA today) ...
but it's interesting to think about too how to navigate family generation questions ahead ... and vis-a-vis such dynamics ... and even theorizing all of this ... how to develop new psychological / psychoanalytic theory, generalizable - relevant to most cultures and languages (e.g. Americas and India and China and Asia and Africa, et al.) in these regards ...
Continuing to write at least once daily ... blogging ... as a focusing of bodymind (a John Money word here) ... http://scottmacleod.com/
Good to stay in touch like this daily in these turbulent times as well ...
How are you and how has your day been?