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The Sharp Knife of Forced Simplicity; the Numinous Rebellion” is the intriguing title that we discuss in this podcast.

Local Fairfield Iowa author and philosopher Ron Khare asks, “What does it mean to truly be an American?”  “How much freedom does a person have in the world?” “When do problems really start to become a problem?” “What is real power and how can we use it in life?” “Is idealism the dream of the immature, or a path to fulfillment?”
In this interview, we get a chance to ask Ron, “What is “forced simplicity?” “Why is it a sharp knife?” and “What does “numinous” mean anyway?”

Angela Mailander, Ph.D. says of this work, “The writing is clean and clear, and the insights are informed with the passion and excitement of original discovery.”

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Monica Hadley is co-founder, host and producer of Writers' Voices on KRUU 100.1 fm in Fairfield, Iowa, a community low power radio station, and webmaster at writersvoices.com.

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