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#15 –> you’re visiting a foreign land

In light of what was just said, doubting needs to be seen as something meaningful. Don’t get so freaked out when you start questioning something. Get freaked out when you start questioning everything! ¬†When you start questioning everything and everyone it’s time to ask yourself the big questions: what am I doing? Who am I? […]

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#14! doubting reveals certainty

Doubt reveals some thing. It doesn’t reveal just anything. It reveals something specific. One thing. A promising young writer, Peter Rollins, says Imagine you’re in a bar waiting for a loved one. You are sitting there and your loved one is late. She isn’t in the bar and you begin to worry and feel slightly […]

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#13 the evolution of individualism

I was driving with a friend and we were headed north. We started off talking about things and people. Then we talked about different events. Before long we were sharing ideas. People -> Events -> Ideas … a good progression to follow. To jump into this post I’m going to use one of her ideas […]

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#9 || you’ve got to play your own game

Earlier we talked about Ariel and the example with the fork. Obviously that example extends beyond things. It’s not just things that have their meaning shaped by the way they are used. It applies to entire cultures: belief systems, the use of art, transportation, methods of punishment, politics, the role of religion, the role of […]

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