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David Boles: Human Meme

Welcome to the David Boles: Human Meme podcast! You may subscribe via Apple iTunes, Google Play Music, iHeartRadio, Stitcher, TuneIn, Pocket Casts, Spotify and RSS or your own podcast player. We explore ideas of knowing, merits of sharing, and the danger of thought -- as one listener wrote about this podcast; "Mindfulness with an edge" and another said, "You have the spirit of philosophy; you inspire dialectic thoughts." David Boles lives at, writes for, and publishes with David Boles' memetic conundrum considers the braided prairie pause against the sinking sky: "I can't see what it is; and I don't know what it isn't."

Dec 31, 2023

Are we the architects of our own fates, or are we merely actors playing out prewritten scripts? These questions challenge not only our understanding of ourselves but also shape our moral and ethical frameworks. In this episode, we'll confront the perplexing enigma of free will versus predestiny, a topic that has...

Dec 30, 2023

Much like the Luddites of yore, who deftly maneuvered their looms, we too find ourselves interlacing threads of thought and technology, trying to create a history that harmonizes the past with the imminent future. In this episode, we unravel the complexities of maintaining human values in an era increasingly dominated...

Dec 29, 2023

You know the type. Those folks who will never admit they made a mistake. In this live stream highlight, David Boles wonders why there are some people in the world who refuse to confess an error and who are also incapable of realizing others can be right. 

Dec 28, 2023

Once upon a time, in a dense urban jungle where the buildings huddled together like frightened sheep, there lived an old man known simply as Mr. Silencio. His world was a cacophony of unending noise, where the walls were as thin as paper and secrets had no sanctuary. Mr. Silencio, with ears as delicate as butterfly...

Dec 27, 2023

In this live stream highlight, David Boles discusses the history of Julian Beck and Judith Malina's LIVING THEATRE and how the preservation of an ideal can be corrupted by time, place, and the magnitude of yearning.