The Greatest Interview You Have Never Read

Based on conversations I have been having with friends lately about the extremely serious challenges facing the human race I have begun (again) to refer people to Daniel Quinn’s ground breaking and wisdom filled Ishmael. The book is over twenty years old now and I have been amazed lately at how many people I know who have never even heard of it. After making a few Facebook posts about Ishmael a great college friend of mine sent me a link to an interview he did with Daniel Quinn for a now defunct fledgling publication. Reading a whole book is a big commitment of time. This is a fantastic interview (linked to below) where Paul (my friend) and Daniel cover many of the most important ideas that make Ishmael one of the most important books of our time.

A huge thank you to Paul for sharing this interview. Would love to hear what you think. A warning…. Quinn is a truth speaker which is almost non-existent in our culture today…. and in this case the truth can be difficult for many to handle because it is so far away from the pathetic, mythical story that most people believe as the story of us….the human race… the same story that continues to lead us full speed ahead towards our self destruction.

The Greatest Interview You have Never Read

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“Luther and Shadows”

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Apple iphone 4s shot within Instagram & processed within Instagram with the Willow Filter

You can follow my feed on Instagram @themindfuleye. I post an average of two shots a day.

Read my article “Instagram is Ruining Photography” here.

“Wings”

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Apple iphone 4s shot within Instagram & processed within Instagram with the X Pro filter

You can follow my feed on Instagram @themindfuleye. I post an average of two shots a day.

Read my article “Instagram is Ruining Photography” here.

“Street Preacher”

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Canon 7D Tamron f2.0 60mm Macro Lens (EFL = 96mm) ISO 1250 f3.5@ 1/3000th handheld – Whitefield Square

“Veiled”

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Canon 7D Tamron f2.0 60mm Macro Lens (EFL = 96mm)ISO 640 f3.5@ 1/180th handheld Lafayette Square – St. Patrick’s Day

“Mother & Father / Bonaventure Cemetery”

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Canon 7D Tamron Canon 16-35mm zoom @EFL of 40mm ISO 640 f3.5@ 1/1000th handheld Bonaventure Cemetery, Savannah, Ga.
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“Palm and Azaleas / Bonaventure Cemetery”

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Canon 7D Tamron f2.0 100MM macro lens ISO 160 f2.8@ 1/180th handheld Bonaventure Cemetery, Savannah, Ga.

“Eric Britt CD Release Show at Smith’s Olde Bar”

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Image by Greg Fincannon ©2013

To wrap up this series of pictures I am posting this shot of yours truly playing Smith’s Olde Bar in Atlanta for Eric Britt’s CD release party for his new record Greener. I want to say a big thank you to Eric for giving me the opportunity to play with him and a huge thank you to all of our friends and family for being there in support of the show. I also want to say a big thank you to Nicole Bannister for her review of Eric’s record and for attending the show and creating a video of the performance.

You can watch two videos from the show on you tube…the first is “Lemonade” from Eric’s CD “Greener” and the second is a cover Eric and I did of Neil Young’s classic “Sugar Mountain”.

Thanks also to Greg Fincannon for shooting some great stills.

“Amanda and Adam”

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Canon 5D Mark II f1.4 50mm lens ISO 160 f2.0@ 1/180th – handheld – Amanda and Adam playing music in Franklin Square

I am posting music shots to Light Diary this week to commemorate my dear friend Eric Britt’s CD realease party / show at Smith’s Olde Bar in Atlanta this coming Saturday night, February 16th. I’ll be playing with Eric at the show. We would love to see you there. You can visit the Facebook event page for the show by clicking here. Please arrive early….. there is a good chance the Atlanta room (where we will be playing) will reach capacity.

You can read a review of Eric’s brand new CD “Greener” here.

“Guitar Bob at Factor’s Walk #2″

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Canon 7D Tamron f2 60mm macro lens ISO 640 f2.5@1/350th – handheld – existing light

Hey Everybody,

I am posting music shots to Light Diary this week to commemorate my dear friend Eric Britt’s CD realease party / show at Smith’s Olde Bar in Atlanta this coming Saturday night, February 16th. I’ll be playing with Eric at the show. We would love to see you there. You can visit the Facebook event page for the show by clicking here. Please arrive early….. there is a good chance the Atlanta room (where we will be playing) will reach capacity.