But when you know why you are crying, then some past, some meaning, some opinion gets confirmed and your ego will continue giving you ‘reason’ to cry. Continue reading “Crying: what does it do for you? Expect the unexpected…”
I wrote this article seven years ago.
Two things about it: I write better today… yay. The second: lots of water has flown down the river… and some nuts we’ve cracked… and yet, a lot of people are stuck in their misery covering it up.
In the story on Netflix, The Guardian, the lead character finally shows his true colors… Continue reading “In and out of duality… And how to bring Witness to it”
This is the hardest part of reality: understanding that speaking, the observer, populates reality with things that don’t belong, and then turns around and grieves the things it spoke as reality. And the truth.
All suffering comes from this speaking. Continue reading “Your relationship to reality, your brain, and your life”
We were told, from the very beginning that we are taught where to find the knowledge, and not knowledge itself.
When you need it: you look it up. Or you know who to ask. Or you know how to figure it out.
I took that to heart.
I didn’t even learn the formulas for calculating the size of building elements… Instead I paid attention to how they came to that calculation so when I need the formula I can re-create it. Continue reading “Three stories about the rock blocking the road”
Information, knowledge, possibility, attitude, skill, capacity… they, all, in one way or another, are information. And they behave like milk. They go sour… useless… bad.
You may want to ask the question before you research, buy information, ask questions: ‘am I doing this just in case I’ll need it later or am I doing this because I need this to move forward right now.‘ Continue reading “Information is like milk. It tends to go bad over time”
No, the book is triggering thinking about it, it triggered for me real thinking… not thoughts.
I stayed up three hours later than usual to have the time to think. Continue reading “Why are no thinkers among the 8 billion, Warren Buffet too”
Authoritarianism=my way of the highway.
I have lived in socialism. People may be lazy there, but creativity, thinking differently, individuality, ability and productiveness is not penalized… Maybe Russia was different. I lived in Hungary.
At this point Hungary’s system is really kleptocracy… stealing power, stealing stuff, stealing rights, stealing freedoms. We are seeing that in the USA happening… I hear that they are copying Hungary, a tiny country in the middle of Europe.
But in authoritarian systems who is calling the shots are the freeloaders. The looters, the moochers, the people who want something for nothing. The enemies of thinking, the enemies of originality, the enemies of production. Continue reading “It’s Tuesday… it’s garbage day on my street…”
And I cried. No. I sobbed.
Then left the screen where Leo’s character smiles, Emma laughs on my screen, so I can return to what made me cry.
So it’s next morning and I’ve noticed that I’d spent the past 13 hours somehow returned to innocence. Continue reading “Embarrassment… and the difference between male and female”
I have had it before.
It’s between my ears. Mental tiredness… I think. Continue reading “What can you do with what you don’t want, don’t agree with?”
Most of us seem to know what it is, we feel it, some in their guts, some in their heart, but feel it, especially when other people are negative. When it’s within us, we feel despair, anxiety, worry, we have a sense of dread, or we are sad, nervous, stressed, hyper, manic, depressed, or just listless. We get sick from it. Continue reading “What is Negativity? Prepare to be surprised…”