Personality.

Oxford considers personality to be a combination of characteristics. But it’s much more than that, isn’t it? You’re more than your fascinating qualities, and the boring people are more than their boring characteristics as well, yes? Indeed, famous people are famous for more than their personality – but that won’t stop the disconnects from existing.…

Discerning Value

Can you remember a time you wanted to kick yourself for not acting sooner on something you really enjoy? How about the difference between your opinion and the true value of that something – before hand? The same way that you can discern yourself from the events you’ve taken part in, you can discern an…

May 2017: Genius, Fallacy and Genius

Included in this month are a myriad of topics ranging from some topics that still remain officially unexplored, all the way to people who have demonstrated them. Among those demonstrators of what remains undocumented are Jeffery Combs, late Steve Jobs and Dan Edwardes. How would you like to measure past infinity? How about quantifying infinity…

April 2017: Awareness, Neuroscience and Thought.

If April was a conception of art, it might look like a map of awareness pointing towards thought. On the way to thought, those on the journey discover psychology, neuroscience, Mozak, the cone of learning and much more. There’s even a staggering reminder of the freedom that many of us have, and a means to…

Enumerating Resources.

It might as well be called a library. In this sequence you’ll see the resources and links mentioned by the month they appear on Thoasp. This is a blog, so they’ll be here organized on blog posts. Since April is a cheap shot, you’ll see April and May here when this goes live. Expect them…

Contribution!

The humble service for one another can take so many different shapes. We can donate money to so many different areas, relief programs and projects to do the good where we physically aren’t. It’s a marvelous economy to take part in where everyone benefits in some way, shape or form. The very concept itself is…

Values and Insecurities

Everyone has their own values, and everyone has their own insecurities. When making a stand we’re more likely to be open about our values. Yet the insecurities come up short in the majority’s stand. Much like fear, insecurities make themselves known until they’re overcome, and only by ourselves. Through our insecurities, or a lack of…

Magnificent Desire.

What is your magnificent aim? What’s outstanding in comparison to where you’re at right now? Would you like to venture in that direction? If not, is there another direction where you can see this splendid potential becoming yours? For the subconscious mind, I’m sure a magnificent desire is much more pleasant than a burning desire…

Codependent Systems

This one’s more micro than it its’ opposite, interdependent systems. This would, in theory, share its’ elements with those codependent relationships that we accept, reject and whose very existence we may deny. Unlike people, systems can destroy each other and themselves in the wake of the relevant vices. Three of these vices in the codependency…

Systemic Effects

The cause effect relationship of systems goes far beyond what we can see at this point in time. Like any other idea, a formulated system can be rediscovered and re-applied at any point in time after its’ initial inception. It can also be observed in the past of its’ inception as well. Systems, or organized…