Category Archives for Philosophy
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Isn’t the question really “what gives you meaning?” Happiness is so ephemeral. Is a new mother happy with the pain of childbirth? No. And yet is she not fulfilled with the creation of life? Or an artist who struggles for … Continue reading
I was drilled for surviving nuclear apocalypse as a â€œduck-and-coverâ€ teenager, believing that the world might end before I reached adulthood. But I suspect my personal perspective was the biggest factor: I didnâ€™t like the world the way it was … Continue reading
Reporter Q: Do you really think you are changing the world? Deepak Chopra: Me personally? No. But the world is changing and I am part of what you call the transition team.
From the article: The first dreams we ever had were to be held. And loved. And to explore this amazing world with love in our lives. We dreamed of seeing, touching, and experiencing the world around us, with the happiness … Continue reading
Someone said to me the other day “you’ve had an interesting life.” And I thought about it. And I still don’t know what to make of it. Photo by Dr. Art Schipul
“IV. At the same time, living systems adapt themselves to changes in their environment they learn, grow, develop, evolve. When the mouse population in a region suddenly declines because of an epidemic, the predators who adapt to a new prey … Continue reading
Woke up thinking about this stuff from days gone by, so consider these notes to myself. From a Simple Explanation of Hegel’s (1770 – 1831) DialeticÂ byÂ Tanasije Gjorgoski The analogy would work with the notions of â€œLeftâ€ and â€œRightâ€….Â There is nothing … Continue reading