Dynamic

Not to be confused with dynamic of. It’s associated with effective action and change according to dictionaries. Fluidity and change has been seen as a means of inconsistency, yet it’s also considered a skill when dealing with clients. To be flexible with a client, yet not bending over backwards. To be dynamic appears to be…

Opening up

In part two I mentioned infusion and diffusion. This is stemming from convergence and divergent thought processes. Divergence has multiple correct answers, open-ended answers. Convergence has a single correct answer. For instance, if all things go back to one simple source, it would emanate throughout everything. As it stands today, some consider it to be love.…

Closing in

“The great miraculous bell of translucent ice is suspended in mid-air. It rings to announce endings and beginnings. And it rings because there is fresh promise and wonder in the skies. Its clear tones resound in the placid silence of the winter day, and echo long into the silver-blue serenity of night. The bell can…

Abstraction

Let’s put pride of idealism to the side for a moment. Consider that events are created from people coming together to follow someone’s concept of an experience. That’s right, ideas working in tandem with every level of what’s considered to be lesser than ideas. An abstraction is something that exists only as an idea, yet…

Systemless Depth

A single buoy out at sea bobs to its’ beat on the level of the surface. It doesn’t know where it will end up tomorrow, or the next day. All it knows is that as long as it’s able to float, it will float on with the direction of the tide. They say no one…

Regurgitation

Birds feed their young like this. We duplicate information orally and through technology using this method. It’s also the ending point for anything that we choose not to consider past the notions we receive. Fifty news outlets can say that a couple is tying the knot. The outlet that takes interest and has an interview…

Pivot on a pivot

The reasoning behind asking for input is to keep the process of posting random and putting you, the reader, in the process of things. That is meant for a community endeavor, however, and not a one-line stream like this. Know that I am open to input, if you do decide to comment and talk about…

Depth of Thought

At this point in time, I say with confidence that I have covered all of the topics, albeit loosely, from the start of the blog. It took 56 posts and a little under two months to do so. Is there something you’d like to see gone over in this blog? If so, ask! The pivot…

Disillusionment

V: To cause someone to realize that a belief or ideal is false. Adj: disappointed in someone or something that one discovers to be less good than one had believed. Disappointment leans towards hopes and expectations, while disillusionment hones in on beliefs and ideals as they are. Along with disappointment, this is not to be confused…

The Good, the Bad and the Subjective

There’s a lot to be said about our capacity to determine what’s good and what’s bad for ourselves. For the purpose of simplicity, I’ll define ‘good’ as conducive with an end result. ‘bad’ in this way is something that is not conducive with the result. As an example, it’s good if we make more money…