>Von: "Rickard Parker" <[log in to unmask]>
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>Betreff: OT - Alan Watts
>Datum: Mit, 23. Mai 2001 03:40 Uhr
>Gunnar Jauch wrote:
>> *The Wisdom of Insecurity* (Pantheon books, 1950) by Alan W. Watts
>> is a book I re-read every now and then.
>I've read that twice I think, but long ago. "Wisdom" is correct.
You can say that again, dear Rickard.
>have guessed a much later date of publication though,
Amazing -- the very same thoght crossed my mind after looking up its date of
publication for the first time!
I was six years old then. Goes to show that certain things are timeless.
Doesn't it make you wonder what one leaves to the future generations? Not
much, compared to AWW, I'm afraid...
one after more of the
>Zen books were written.It is good that you've read it a few times because
>you never know when you might have the book taken from you
Let me tell you that you must be *a Mason without an apron*, or, as Mark
Knoepfler of the Dire Straits called them, a Brother in Arms.
Be good (but not too frightfully good),
pissed and stoned after a night on the town, but still endowed with a
vestige of lucidity,
once more disregarding one of our principal commitments called *Moderatio*,
PS: I soemtimes wonder how old (or young, respectively) you are...