Monthly Archives: July 2011

To be or not to be

Question of the Day, July 25th 2011 – To be or not to be? Do do do!! That’s all we do! Ever thought about just being? Just be. When can you be, and when do you forget to be? In … Continue reading

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Fake vs Illusion

Question of the Day July 24, 2011 ~ Illusion vs Fake What is the difference between “illusion” and “fake?” An illusion doesn’t necessarily require an intention to deceive, deception may simply be the result of some natural process; whereas to … Continue reading

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Radical Abundance

Eric Drexler – Radical Abundance, 2012 [Drexler]I’m now working on a new book, Radical Abundance, scheduled for publication in 2012 by Public Affairs. The book has a wide scope in both its content and intended audience, addressing scientists, a general … Continue reading

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River of life

Question of the Day July 23, 2011 – How does your River of Life flow? So, is this life starting to make you wonder? I know. Of course it is, and of course we are all on our own individual … Continue reading

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Where is home

Question of the Day, July 22, 2011 – Where is home to you? Have you been there? Are you there now? Were you there as a child? We all have a home. A place that we belong. For most of … Continue reading

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Motivation for living

Question of the Day, July 21, 2011 – Motivation for living What keeps you willing to stay alive? What motivates you to get out of bed and live your life? That’s a really interesting question. So many levels to the … Continue reading

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Prickly or gooey

Question of the Day, July 19, 2011 – Prickly or Gooey People prickly people separate concepts, religions, people, into differences. gooey people join concepts, religions, people. are you more prickly or are you more gooey ? explain what the advantages … Continue reading

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