Thoughts

The Myth of Decentralisation

…True decentralisation is reliant on the good will of the general masses. Unfortunately for the majority of the well intentioned public, a small minority of…
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Don’t Live Through the Internet

All it takes is a spark to ignite a forest fire. Innocent browsing through Twitter one evening led me to an observation that connected multiple…
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The Shortcut to Happiness

An enjoyable pastime of mine is reading and hearing proverbs from different cultures around the world. There is a seemingly endless amount of wisdom available…
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The Significance of Beauty

But our hearts are not moved by cold steel, nor by the smoothness of glass. We are not inspired by concrete, or moved to contemplation…
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The Components of Great Teaching

Everyone has been a student at one point in their lives. Some may be indifferent to the experience, feeling it was irrelevant, some may have…
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Breaking Through the Block

Many content creators, regardless of the type of content they make – be it a book, blog, movie, podcast or otherwise – experience from time…
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Natural Immersion

The device you are reading this on has limits. Were you to go on a trek in the extreme heat or cold, you would be…
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Decouple and Manage

The more I remove myself from nature and the more I increase my availability to the modern world, the more restless I become. The more…
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Start.

Our Greek would be doing this on his trip, and the psychological processes of anticipation, hope, and faith would already be at work. Thus he…
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The Unquantifiable

Schools teach that hard ‘knowledge’, determined by rationalism and so-called objectivity, is more important than the self-expressive activities that induce self-esteem; that what ‘counts’ in…
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