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October 18, 2019 / Fantelius

Not The School of Athens

Not the School of Athens

Unlike Raphael’s famous painting from the height of the Renaissance this picture shows the philosphers of dew in the court of an autumn leaf; not floating in the clouds, but resting on a rock against the bay. Similar to the ancient philosophers, these dew drops also “Seek Knowledge of Causes” by magnifying and inspecting the veins of life. Regardless of their size they respect each others space and the seriousness of each individual struggle for truth, not to mention the reverence they show for the leaf.

What do we call the collective effort to “seek knowledge of causes” in mutual respect?
Love of truth—the opposite of believing what’s right and wrong according to corporate hacks and media productions.

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”Some people travel great distances at considerable cost to view beauty.
Others simply wake up early and talk to a leaf.”
Dartwill Aquila

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PalestineMap

The West Bank is now the Judea-Samaria area.

 

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