Author Archives: Graham Kerr

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Looking at all the snow forts and igloos around campus They’re still homes. Igloos that lose their roof. [picture pending] It is difficult to place merit in ideas of karma or justice when atrocities and wonderful things occur each day … Continue reading

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2 Kerr Graham

Walking up Packard Ave. on Sunday morning. I don’t shiver. The roads aren’t white, and the wind blows. [picture pending] Life is generally suffering. While we may be able to understand that everything changes and that suffering is caused by … Continue reading

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1 Kerr Graham

Didn’t feel it this week [picture pending] An interesting and unanswerable question brought up in class was if we would be alive the following day (Inouye Lecture 1/24). Our continued existence has never been guaranteed, yet our inexorable death is … Continue reading

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