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Robert Bly (2002)

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In this program from the Omega Institute, poet Robert Bly, a student of Islamic culture, shares his perspective on the post-September 11th world. Bly also talks about what he calls "the flattening of the culture," and the problems that arise when there no longer exists a hierarchy or vertical line of respect for the important people in our immediate lives and society. He says that we are not respecting the Muslim world and instead are trying to flatten their vertical view of God.

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Barbara Bergonzi, posted on July 11, 2012

Interesting content...but boring presentation.

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