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So please ignore. I'm just working out how the "tech stack" works and how best to utilise it.
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Life is full of novel situations where a course of action is not obvious. For instance, the process of navigating our way across a unfamiliar town or city is full of uncertainty. That’s why maps were invented. The key features on a map are called symbols. These are the
Distinctions Paid Members Public
Distinctions are created from our ability to recognise the similarities and differences between things. When we sense something, our perception tries to unravel the contents of our experience into individual elements. Sometimes the boundaries between some elements is quite vague so there might not be an obvious way to delineate
In the beginning Paid Members Public
I have been meaning to revisit my so-called “manifesto”, to expand on the thinking behind each of its 5 elements. In particular, I have found the first element – “Self Authorship” – to be somewhat problematic. First of all in terms of my capacity to clearly articulate what it means. And secondly,
I am equal to everything Paid Members Public
I love this quote from Carlos Castaneda.
The school of life Paid Members Public
I love a good question, and one of my favourites is "what unmet need in the world needs more attention?". Our lives have been improved by so many people who previously responded to this question. I love a good question, and one of my favourites is "what unmet need in
Paying for the art of life Paid Members Public
Stop for a second and think. Are you completely satisfied with your life in this moment? The chances are you're not. Satisfaction and a sense of well-being come when what is important to us, and what we have, are the same. The philosopher Alfred North Whitehead said humans have a
Well-being is all the time Paid Members Public
Well-being is for everyone Well-being has become a topic of discussion that has gained increasing visibility over the last decade. There is no agreed-upon definition of well-being, but the common denominator seems to be simply "feeling good". And everyone wants that, right? If there was ever a universal concern, then