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Monday, July 18, 2016
“… And once the storm is over you won’t remember how you made it through, how you managed to survive. You won’t even be sure, in fact, whether the storm is really over. But one thing is certain. When you come out of the storm you won’t be the same person who walked in. That’s what this storm’s all about.”
― Haruki Murakami
Wednesday, July 06, 2016
Found - knowledge ... Appears lost
In reading (scanning rapidly really) I came across this::
"In many large ways, it’s almost as if we have collectively stopped planning for the future. Instead, we all just sort of bounce along in the present, caught in the headlights of a tomorrow pushed by a few large corporations and shaped by the inescapable logic of hyper-efficiency — a future heading straight for us. It’s not just future shock; we now have future blindness."
Alvin Toffler inspired the above statement from a futurist.
As we watch our nation slide towards a place where thinking is dead and sound bites kill.
We have choices.
Wish I had answers
Tuesday, March 08, 2016
What did I forget?
Oh- I forgot my hearing aids.
When one finally has tools that aid in the ability to interact and cognate and ingest the environment one sits in- and then does not have access to said tools for a day... Well, dang.
Wednesday, January 13, 2016
A dream does not make it so
You have have to have a dream yes.
You have to take action on the plan to make it so.
Tuesday, August 04, 2015
That motorcycle death on the highway was not me
It was near the town of my surname and it was a bike yet the dent in the car was not of my making nor the blood on the highway. The bagger was not my AdvTourBeast it was someone else's loved one.
People die. Liz Majors, a friend of mine, died at that same spot years ago when she got run over hard from behind. People die but today was not my time.
The Souix say, long ago perhaps, but some of warrior mind still do, today, theat "today is a good day to die."
Which means - do not fear death.
Wednesday, June 17, 2015
Notes on Geisting
The human mind cannot be absolutely destroyed with the human body, but there is some part of it which remains eternal. —Benedict de Spinoza, Ethics
An electron does not orbit a nuetron it hovers it vibrates at a state of possibility until it is observed and the wave form collapses. Likewise we humans vibrate in a state of 'expected' existence and in my case my vibration was expanded to something more than now to something more like a viewing of all possible nows and enexorably pasts as well. Futures are another story I have not yet seen the presence of however just taking in the realm of nows is overhelming at first to say the least. Remember when social media first came on scene and you constantly reached for the updates and found you wasted days at a time with little memory of actually doing something? Anything? This what I speak of is much more addictive and compelling. To be able to step back and find your ohm, your vibration center from which then choose where to focus is not a small feat.
lunch break notes post reading biocentrisim the keys to understanding
Thursday, May 14, 2015
Our backyard chicken catch and eat mice
You just gotta remember that chickens are just the living descendants of the T-Rex. Anything smaller than them and not quicker than them is fair game to be eaten by them.