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October 20, 2007



Dustin Hoffman in this month's Esquire.

"I like to mimic my grandkids. I'm trying to understand the intensity of fixation on a leaf. Kids don't need anything else in their life."

Clay Burell

Christian, this tension between the demands of "first" and "second" life - doesn't it seem to be more in the air now than ever?

I'm feeling it. And one of my students, a new blogger, touches it beautifully here: http://shanak08.kiswrites.org/2007/11/01/time/

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