|"Understanding is the booby prize." ...|
for Mensa presentation I've
here, took place in
Cape Town South
in 1979 when,
a promise I made to
at 2:00am one morning over a midnight snack of asparagus spears and
in the kitchen of his San Francisco
I went there, and over the course of a year
the first series of ten guest
around the country in the major cities,
That chapter of my life and what it made possible for South Africa, is the subject of another essay in this internet series of essays, titled The Friends Of The Landmark Forum In Sourth Africa.
The South African Afrikaans language translation of the English word "people" is "mense", which you pronounce exactly the same way as "Mensa": men-suh.
Zen for Mensa. Zen for mense. Zen for people.
Isn't that wild? Isn't that perfect? Isn't that the way Zen's s'posed to be? That's Werner's work.
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