We can let circumstances rule us, or we can take charge and rule our lives from within. Earl Nightingale
“Beneath the rust and grime which dulls the shine of our weathered hearts, joy patiently waits to be rediscovered”
The worst wheel of the cart makes the most noise.
As work in neurosciences indicates, the acquisition of literacy necessitated a new circuit in our species’ brain more than 6,000 years ago. That circuit evolved from a very simple mechanism for decoding basic information, like the number of goats in one’s herd, to the present, highly elaborated reading brain.
Going off the grid is always good for me. It’s the way that I’ve started books and finished books and gotten myself out of deadline dooms and things.
But epistemology is always and inevitably personal. The point of the probe is always in the heart of the explorer: What is my answer to the question of the nature of knowing? Gregory Bateson
“And marbled clouds go scudding by
The many-steepled London sky.”