Monthly Archives: June 2011

Friday 01 July 2011

This alongside some subsequent posts will depict beautiful time lapse imagery. These powerful and amazing representations of our natural world is what as a collective culture and society we abandoning for a model of existence that works against the grain … Continue reading

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Wednesday 29 June 2011

The art of being humble is truly an art. To master this art one must remove the cultural clutter that one is surrounded by. It is difficult to be humble when as a people we are bombarded with culture such … Continue reading

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Monday 27 June 2011

A palindrome reads the same backwards as forward. This video reads the exact opposite backwards as forward. Not only does it read the opposite, the meaning is the exact opposite.. This is only a 1 minute, 44 second video and … Continue reading

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Saturday 25 June 2011

The way in which we think of ourselves has everything to do with how our world sees us and how we can see ourselves successfully acknowledged by that world. Our self-perception determines how we present ourselves. The posture we’ve assumed … Continue reading

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Thursday 23 June 2011

Experience is not what happens to a man. It is what a man does with what happens to him. Aldous Leonard Huxley, Texts and Pretexts, 1932.

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Tuesday 21 June 2011

And this activity alone would seem to be loved for its own sake; for nothing arises from it apart from the contemplating, while from practical activities we gain more or less apart from the action. And happiness is thought to … Continue reading

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Sunday 19 June 2011

When I study philosophical works I feel I am swallowing something which I don’t have in my mouth. Albert Einstein.

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