I tell myself that I am relatively fixed in who I am, or at least in how I perceive myself to be. I have my familiar … Continue reading The Daily F – Ignorance is not a Virtue
Believing something and completely accepting it are two different things. Often it takes years for the penny to drop when you begin to study your own reality; to fully understand that the hard ground that you have spent a lifetime … Continue reading The Daily Channel – Subjective Reality
Words alone do not easily, or accurately convey meaning, but they can create in-roads to where the meaning lies. As way-markers they point to potential avenues of exploration, creating images, sounds, smells, sensations, engaging the senses in a way that … Continue reading The Daily Channel – Words
I got a link to this video in an e-mail this morning and I had to share it. The message within it epitomises much of what I personally stand for. I know there are quite a few of you here who will appreciate it too. It’s very compelling and worth a watch. Enjoy! (ignore the first e-mail notification of the same title, it was the wrong link) Continue reading I had to share this!
To talk about ‘truth’ is to define and pigeonhole creativity. So in our pursuit of happiness, actually truth has very little bearing. What we are searching for is the burst of adrenaline, the rush of dopamine and endorphins that makes us smile, dream big, and innovate whether allegorically or through action. In embracing our innate creativity to engage with the world around us, in which ever way we are able, we find happiness. (Taken from a post I am currently writing for my other blog Diary of Person Being Human) Continue reading Quote for today – October 7 2013 – The pursuit of happiness
The moment you define a concept you limit your potential to understand it differently. Joseph 20:20:20 Continue reading Quote for today – The limitation of definition
Identity is rooted nowhere more deeply than in how we prefer to be named. (Michael Toolan, 2006, ‘The art of English: Everyday creativity’, Palmgrave McMillan/Open University) As some of you may be aware, I go by several different names. In … Continue reading What’s in a name?
This following excerpt speaks volumes to me in terms of how I myself have come to perceive the world and my reality over the years. It supports my post yesterday when I summarised my beliefs “in a nutshell” in response to … Continue reading Seth – A Theory of Understanding