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Category Archives: better thinking
Oo, I think I've solved a big one: The age-old problem (to me) of needing three very specific things from my personal organization software* and process/system, and having them be VERY hard to get in ways that don't interfere with or … Continue reading
Today I randomly figured out that using capitalized passive verbs without subjects* is an elegant and simple way to write a phrase like "our God-given lives" in such a way that it fits with my spiritual understanding (I'm not a theist, … Continue reading
Guys. This week, THINGS CHANGE. More on how later. But for now, one thing has happened that you'll want to be aware of (I'll send an email about this too, eventually): I started a Slack channel. For us, and for … Continue reading
Here's a lovely poem that I had never heard before today: I felt a Funeral, in my Brain, And Mourners to and fro Kept treading – treading – till it seemed That Sense was breaking through – And when they … Continue reading
I love the few great ideas I've heard expressed equally well in a Western and an Eastern context; it gives me hope that any method of understanding has the potential to reveal truth, if applied correctly. Here's one: In … Continue reading
I was reminded recently of this post from years ago. It's the biggest, baddest attempt I've made at defining what I got to calling "3D thinking", and did a bunch of blathering about (clearly) while I tried to iron out what … Continue reading