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Naked in Nuhaka: Special Guests

NAKED IN NUHAKA: SPECIAL GUESTS

Two inspiring guest essays from friends who I hope will become regular contributors... - Leo Koziol

KIMBERLEY POWELL IN WAIROA, IMAGINATION, 15.10.04:

In submission and denial the larger part of society flounders behind square walls and gray barriers, their marionette strings tied to the fingers of dominating robots whose own lemming lives ‘trojan’ along an assembly line of oblivion... Yet, against the staid attitudes of the lemmings, fight the creative leaders of the future who march onwards beyond forfeit and defeat towards their destinies....

http://www.ahikaa.com/envision/imagination.htm

BRENDAN SWEETMAN IN TENNESSEE, DON'T GET CAUGHT IN THE FEAR, 15.10.04:

Americans have lost [a sense of] who they are. America is a society rather than a tradition. When you take the traditional aspects out of the society as America is, you lose togetherness for the right cause. Please don't get me wrong, we do have love and togetherness here in this country, but it has derived from a space of knowing who we are away from tradition, rather than the foundation being tradition...

http://www.ahikaa.com/envision/nofear.htm

More, very soon...

ALL CONTENT (C) LEO KOZIOL RAUTAKI GROUP & GUEST AUTHORS 2004


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