Based on: 1)The 5-Minute Meditator by Eric Harrison 2) Text messages I’ve received 3) The lecture notes for my “Editing for English” class. 4) An article published in The New York Times about police violation of human rights during the student protests in Chile.
Say the word once to initiate the action
A cat-and-mouse pattern that often leads to violent clashes
Meditation can seem very complicated
We’re talking about torture
Arrested while assisting a student suffering respiratory arrest at a march
Too many commas can make the prose seem breathy
Last week a group of high school students went on a hunger strike
When you’re eating, however, you’re just eating
The helmets photograph what they see
A smile for aunt Dani!
Editors and publishers tend to be conservative about language
They wear hard hats marked DDHH
This year the government has declared zero tolerance for school occupations
But bear in mind that different ‘authorities’ will often give different answers
What conventions do you enforce, and how do you enforce them?
Guns pointed against their heads
A police officer pulling down his pants to show them his genitals
In this exercise, you keep attention low in the body
They reported having their heads forced into the toilet
Shrimp, what are you doing?
I am often ‘ambushed by beauty’ and ‘surprised by joy’
‘Trampled by police officers on horseback’
These students were practically kidnapped
The trouble is that people care about these things
Being beaten unconscious
I’m running out of batteries