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Two fragments are presented here as examples of non-formal impromptu talks of E. J. Gold. "The Prize" addresses fate and DNA repetitions in our lives, the primate games that steal work energy, and Mr. Gold's perspective on individuals' secrets. "Temporal Dimension," the longer piece of the two, is a transmission given to several students regarding the perceptions and sensations of upscaling to a fourth and a fifth spatial dimension. A clear distinction is made between adding a spatial dimension and calling time "the fourth dimension. " An example from music is cited. Mr. Gold makes another distinction, between "lateral" and "totemic" movement--within and across dimensions--and comments on attaining the top of the totem, or the "first cause. "