Browsing All posts tagged under »freedom«

A Kind of Love Letter and Fair Thee Well to New Zealand

December 4, 2008

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NB: I wrote this a couple of years ago. I think what I say here about Kiwis may apply more generally than I first thought. It may also be the work of someone who doesn’t quite get another person or group of persons because he fails to understand him, her, and/or them on their own […]

Prisoner’s Dilemma, A Play in One Act

December 2, 2008

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Two strangers meet under the most unlikely of circumstances. When Claire and Sarah learn why, against their will, they’ve been brought together, they realize the choice they face is easy, but the dilemma it creates seemingly insurmountable. A contemporary morality play which asks audiences, in an accessible and sometimes lighthearted fashion, to reflect on the […]

Making Sense of Political Debate

November 26, 2008

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Humans love to name things. From an early age, we leave our mark on the world, attempt to control it, and even demonstrate our allegiance to others by naming and agreeing to be named. Unfortunately, names aren’t the powerful tools we sometimes imagine them to be. To name a thing does not give us control […]

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