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Aldous Huxley; Lessons Anew, Philosophy Gained

An older piece I wrote for Some Unique Magazine that I think you would find interesting. One of my favorite writers.

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ALDOUS  HUXLEY:
LESSONS  ANEW,  PHILOSOPHY  GAINED
by K.G. Bethlehem

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“It is a bit embarrassing to have been concerned with the human problem all one’s life and find at the end that one has no more to offer by way of advice than try to be a little kinder.”
– Aldous Huxley

He gave way to the essence of one’s self in relationship to society to which society was growing way too fast; devolving into an insensitive authority. He look at the way of how so many things are very antisocial. You are just a number in a machine. The working environment of a collective state called society.

Aldous Huxley, as I can gather, warned against us as a whole, giving up control of our lives to the governing power with no need of an aggression as a mandate. The mandate is what we see in the form…

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Friday Night Poetry Corner #165-Comment On War

There is really no need of an introduction for this man. He is the late, great Langston Hughes. You truly want to read more about him, if you don’t know, look up the Harlan Renaissance.

This is a personal favorite of mine’s. I used this poem before but I don’t care. Its need for our time as it comments on matters that MSM frankly avoids for obvious corporate reasons. Look at this beautiful work of reality fiction.