Monthly Archives: February 2017

Words Matter

Our Words Matter Do you say what you want instead of what you don’t want? I long ago learned that the subconscious cannot work with negatives. It basically works on pictures, and you cannot paint a picture of not something. … Continue reading

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Intolerance

Feb. 11-13,’17 ~QofDay~ Intolerance Intolerance: What are your thoughts about it? For me, there are two core values – individual life, and individual liberty, in that order. The value of life demands a respect for the lives of all others, … Continue reading

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Universal Basic Income (UBI)

Universal Basic Income Accelerates Innovation by Reducing Our Fear of Failure Failure is not an option. Failure is the goal. And fear of failure is the enemy. UBI is a possible element in a transition strategy. Evolution is an amazing … Continue reading

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Burnt Sox

Burnt Socks What was the last thing you burned? At Jewelia’s 21st I was in charge of BBQ, and got some charcoal and then couldn’t find any paper to start the fire. So I found a tiny piece of paper, … Continue reading

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Tom’s Facebook post on Trust and Truth

Tom’s Post on trust and truth The simplest possible approximation to an infinity is a binary, and it is therefore the first one our brains must make during development. We tend to get attached to the comfort and certainty such … Continue reading

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Life worth living – suicide?

Jan. 26-28,’17 ~QofDay~ Life Worth Living ~ Suicide “What does it mean to ask whether life is worth living?” AND HENCE – “Under what conditions, if any, could suicide be justified?” A lot in what both FOS and Mendy Lou … Continue reading

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Religion and war

Feb. 7-9,’17 ~QofDay~ Religion Why does religion cause so much war? A lot in Judi’s post that I fundamentally align with: our need for stories, the need for universal cooperation, the depths of complexity present, the fundamental uncertainties we face. … Continue reading

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