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Words Get In The Way When Writing A Book

Words Get In The Way When Writing A Book

K came to the table and asked Okay, do you have some time? Indeed I did. KD told me he was an artist with a project that had stalled. The work was autobiographical in nature. I asked him to tell me about it. K used to work as a caricaturist in the library of amore…

Don’t talk to me about fate

Don’t talk to me about fate

A man wearing a beret and a trench coat made eye contact with me from 25 yards away and approached me conspiratorially while grinning, pleased with himself with what he was going to say. If I live another year I’ll be 61. How old are you? Weirdos approach my table all the time but I had nomore…

Snail Surplus? Might be Duck Deficiency: On being present to difficulties Sometimes I just listen

Snail Surplus? Might be Duck Deficiency: On being present to difficulties Sometimes I just listen

This picture was sent to me. I don’t write about every person who stops by and asks for a creative approach. I feel like some editing on my end is important. I wasn’t going to write about R but I was really touched by her gentleness and her story. There are inscrutable positions that wemore…

Great gifts

Sometimes it is quick and easy and not very creative but fun nonetheless. N and J had a baby strapped on Baby Bjorn-like as they told me that they needed a really good last minute gift for a 1 year olds birthday party. But a gift that wasn’t mass produced crap. I thought for amore…

The Rashomon Effect #2: Sunburn & Weighing Options On The Brain

The Rashomon Effect #2: Sunburn & Weighing Options On The Brain

The Rashomon effect is the effect of the subjectivity of perception on recollection, by which observers of an event are able to produce substantially different but equally plausible accounts of it. A useful demonstration of this principle in scientific understanding can be found in an article by that name authored by Karl G. Heider.[1] It is named for Akira Kurosawa‘s film Rashomon, in which amore…

Playing to Play: On the contradiction of playing to win

Playing to Play: On the contradiction of playing to win

You should have taken that bishop! Why didn’t you take that bishop? You had the game won! ———- A dominant sound in professional, personal and spiritual development is to worships at the altar of BIG. Play Big. Play Bigger. Play a Big Game. Play a Bigger Game. Play a Big Game You Can Dominate. Playmore…

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