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Jo M. Sekimonyo

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William Godwin (the father of philosophical anarchism).

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August 2014


Ideological queer (nonconformist)
I don’t listen to compact discs. I play old tunes on vinyl. Perusing through thrift stores in search of a Sam Cooke, a Wendo Kolosoy, a Thelonious Monk, an Eduardo Sanchez de Fuentes, a Jimmie Rodgers, a Notorious B.I.G, a Mikhail Glinka, a Mariam Makeba, a Nana Mouskouri, a Fela Kuti, a Claude Debussy, or a Sergei Sergeyevich Prokofiev is as soothing as yoga. I treasure authentic Peruvian folklore music beats and Mongolian musical instruments more than a pop artist funk or tarnished and unusual twisted spoons’ exhibition. For me, any form of expression that ceases to be an experience and becomes an art form loses its glowing divinity. In the same spirit, my book is an experience, not an artistic acrobatic
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A scholar has the obligation of pushing people to abandon delusions in order to get back humans’ finest quality; being responsible for decision one makes. History offers us a reason and a way out.
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"My journey through Cast Away for These Reasons: Economic Jihad was akin to an intellectual rollercoaster ride through the economic craziness that has formed the world we know today. The ride begins with a heart-tugging letter to Mama Vincent, race..." Read more of this review »
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"Immediately after downloading the Kindle eBook version of this work, I began the task of unpacking the author’s message. That message begins in earnest: quotes from champions of the poor and destitute, anecdotes from a well-traveled memory, a crit..." Read more of this review »
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