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Sport, Play and Loteries as As-If Communication Patterns

To stay in touch with our distant animal pasts we, humans,  frequently ‘need to eat humble pie‘ and get into ‘transitional (liminal/sacred/ritual) spaces‘ and experience ‘communitas‘. These are our aboriginal ways to keep our collective minds (souls/hearts/bodies) sane and whole.

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Graceland SSSWCBS

The song Graceland of Paul Simon, on his album with the same title, is an  example of ‘saying/singing something which cannot be said’ (SSSWCBS). Any song of importance contains a SSSWCBS message in everyday language and even more in scientific language.

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