Monthly Archives: December 2011

Consciousness

Question of the Day December 15, 2011 ~ Consciousness or Conscious Awareness How would you describe your consciousness or conscious awareness? The tip of a physical and subconscious iceberg. Something that I experience and at best influence, rather than control. … Continue reading

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Peace and passion

Question of the Day December 14, 2011 ~ Peace and Passion There are two states of feeling/being that are quite compelling to humans: Peace and Passion. In ways, they might be conceived of as opposites…but I wonder…what do you think? … Continue reading

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Trusting guidance

Question of the Day December 13, 2011 ~ Trusting Guidance Do you trust the guidance of the still, sacred voice from within? (Are you aware of such a voice within yourself?) If not, what needs to happen in order for … Continue reading

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Integrity with ideals

Question of the Day, December 10, 2011 ~ Integrity With Your Ideals How can you live in more integrity with your ideals? Agree with all you say too Kathy. Now I have a bit more time, I’ll add a few … Continue reading

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Religion

Question of the Day, December 9, 2011 ~ Religion What role does religion play in your life? It is something I encourage everyone to question. It has no direct role in my life. To me the concept of faith seems … Continue reading

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Objectivity

Question of the Day, December 8, 2011 ~ What is “Objective”? What is “objective”? When I suggested this question, it was definitely in the sense of being in a tension with the notion of subjective. The actuality of things, as … Continue reading

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Singularity

When the Singularity happens, it will be ‘very obvious’: Vernor Vinge vs. the Singulars Hi Amara It seems to me that Von Neuman and others may simply have been like Tsiolkovsky – able to work out the logical boundary. Take … Continue reading

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Sticks and Stones

Question of the Day, December 7, 2011 ~ Sticks and Stones.. “sticks and stones can break my bones but words can never hurt me”. What do you think about this old saying? It totally depends on the definition of hurt. … Continue reading

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Children

Question of the Day, December 6, 2011 ~ Children Do you have any children? If so how old are they? If not do you wish you had childen/do you wish to have any children? I have two children, a 26 … Continue reading

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Objective Morality

Question of the Day, December 5, 2011 ~ Objective Morality Is there such a thing as objective morality? Interesting question. It seems to me, that in so far as morality is seen as a system based in concepts of right … Continue reading

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