R.F. Georgy

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The Palestinian Israeli Conflict: Love, Understanding, and a Redemptive Tomorrow

The Palestinian Israeli conflict is one of the most intractable and unyielding territorial disputes in the past century. It is so contentious that the parameters of discourse are themselves often disputed. Countless books, both fiction and non-fiction, have been written from either the Palestinian or Israeli perspective.
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Notes from the Cafe

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“Information paints no picture, sings no song, and writes no poem.”
R.F. Georgy, Notes from the Cafe

“We have an infinite supply of information and yet we cannot read.”
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“We believe that information is an enlightening agent, but I can assure you it is not. We consume information, but we can’t read. We forgot how to sit down and engage the dense layers of a text. We are so busy devouring information that we forgot how to dance with ideas. We confuse linguistic bits of data for knowledge and ideas. I can assure you, gentlemen, they are not the same. Ideas require effort and the kind of sensibility that engages the subtle layers of meaning. What the hell does information require?”
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