Monday, April 20, 2020
The streets around campus are quiet because few cars pass by. But some students are still living in their fraternity houses—and need to escape their sheltering by a party outside. Since they like to blast music into the street, eerie results can sometimes happen: no blast, rather a heartfelt song soundtracking the day, as if the sky is a dome embracing our belonging together.
Saturday was “One World: Together at Home.” Sunday, I imagined Taylor Swift’s solo performance of “Soon You’ll Get Better” filling
the outside air.
Beyond healing that you’ll inevitably live, there’ll then be your chances again to get better and better at living your loves.
-- gary e. davis --- 12:01 AM
Saturday, April 18, 2020
Monday, April 13, 2020
“foresting life” is an improvisation about genomics portending post-natural humanity.
It derives from an email letter to the author of a NY Review of Books article on Darwin, written in light of the author’s interest in genomics,
as represented by his book description of his Tangled Tree (which I’ve ordered) about a paradigm shift in evolutionary genetic modeling.
-- gary e. davis --- 1:27 AM
Sunday, April 05, 2020
So, now I’ve earned license to fly away into my own heights again.
I forgot to note in mid-March that a new introductory discussion for The Project was uploaded: “‘being well’ in relation to ‘well-being’.” And the g.com “sense of site” was clarified.
-- gary e. davis --- 5:10 PM