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Sunday Sermon and Hymn

Scientists: We Are Each Other

Separation is an illusion of our shitty brains

Photo by Monica Silva on Unsplash

Talk by Clem Samson, transcribed by Miriam Yakuzi, from Thursday November 5 evening service, post-ego club, Duluth, MN.

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Clem Samson

Clem Samson

Essayist, humorist, satirist, funny-ist, poetist, fictionalist, fabulist, quizzist, journalist. Creative Writing Prof at Harvard College, Duluth, Minnesota.

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