Monthly Archives: April 2013

Possessions

Question of the Day 10 April 2013 ~POSSESSIONS Do you feel inhibited by your possessions, and do you think they are an obstacle to experiencing real freedom? Frank Lloyd Wright once wrote, “Many wealthy people are little more than janitors … Continue reading

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Ending Aging

Ask Ray – Thoughts on the consequences of the elimination of aging Would the elimination of aging, and thereby the elimination of death, ultimately, have good or bad consequences? There are limits to expansion, and they are a long way … Continue reading

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Brain food

Brain Food You Don’t Eat What’s your most recent learning? Hi Laurie Today I have read a couple of articles on brain research, worked out how to use a new headlight for cycling (a Gloworm X2), read the daily feed … Continue reading

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Best and worst

Question of the Day ~ April 9, 2013 ~ A BEST & WORST ATTRIBUTE LIST What is your worst flaw & your best attribute? How can one judge what is best or worst? What criteria does one use? I am … Continue reading

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Kurweil – future

Ray Kurzweil on the surprising simplicity of the human brain I agree completely with Ray on the power of exponential growth, yet disagree on the place of money and markets in that future. Money is a market measure of value, … Continue reading

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Will to live

Question of The Day April 8, 2013 ~ Wrong Decision If you saw a close acquaintance or family member make what you thought was a wrong decision, would you try by whatever means necessary to convince them of their mistake … Continue reading

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Will to Live

Question of The Day April 7, 2013 ~ “Will To Live” How important is a “will to live” as regards health, recovery from illness and longevity? To me there are two very distinct things. Certainly the will to live is … Continue reading

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