A painting by the artist James Foort called: How A Bird Might See Reality

How A Bird Might See Reality

A crow sees reality in the vulnerability of a clamshell dropped from a height with the likelihood of shattering the shell against a rocky beach. A goose might see it in getting to the broken clam first.

Advantage taken of another’s labor is a familiar prospect in any culture at any time when knowledge is hoarded rather than shared. Patents and copyrights say it for people.

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Works and writing by James Foort