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February 27, 2009

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Jeff

Pictures like these are porn for the unhappy multitasker. What Matyushin could not know in 1915 is that when we rush fast enough, our left brain shuts down and the right brain takes over suffusing us with an intense feeling of oneness. We don't really see the totality; we just feel we do. I don't know that this is true, but I feel that it is as I rush through this so I can write my library column before I forget. BTW, Maysville, west of Salida up the pass, had a hermit, The Hermit of Arborvilla. He wrote nine pamphlets of ramblings and questionable local history. The library still has circulating copies.

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