Post #6

If you’ve read some of Plato’s Dialectic, you know that you are dealing with a heavy, pertinent, philosophical wonder of the world.  In a way, being able to dissect dialogue in a fluid and wonderful way is a dream.  I know I like understanding, love, and creation.  A two-way, in-tandem, poetic styling to a conversation is harmonious and spiritual to the Nth degree.  I highly recommend reading some of his work, if you want the basis for an enlightening conversation with you and a loved one/ friend.  To give you an introduction to Plato, please check out this article:  \”Plato\’s Dialectic\” [Gendlin, E.T. (1966)]

Image by H. Arneson
Image by H. Arneson

“A Long Walk” by Jill Scott

Published by: rhythmoftime

I love to write, cook, and take photos. As an INFP personality type, I truly care about others and my values. I'm a fraternal twin, have two older brothers, and I served in AmeriCorps. I love my family and my boyfriend. They rock! For years, I collaborated online with Stuart Armitage (UK). Our band, The Lyre Effect, released several albums, though we never met in person. Additionally, I've written a novel, novella, poetry book, and children's book series. Being into the visual arts from a young age, I've had my artwork featured in several gallery exhibits, enjoyed providing assistance on music video sets, as well as acted in and co-directed a few short films. Playing piano and singing are also passions of mine (wrote my first song and poem when I was 9 years old). Currently, I'm part of the writing group, Lead Us Ink, and published my first poetry book in 2015. In this technological age, I think it's important to share the written word, something that will always be sacred and personal. I hope this blog will help me to connect more with others, and I look forward to networking with readers like you. I want to find out about new music, interesting articles, and artwork. So, please, reach out to me. I might even have some good suggestions for you. Take care, and happy reading!

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