Making Sense.

If there’s a landmark, there’s a boundary. Like physical landmarks, abstract landmarks will encourage us to reason and think around an object. A meta study might reveal all sorts of things about a particular concept or place in mind. To the degree that one is willing to explore, plenty is able to be discovered beyond…

Exploring the Map.

  Principled principles, reaching towards the sun? Methodical principles, led from the ground up. Principled methods, led with an inkling from a higher being. Methodical methods, creating bologna in an attempt to progress. Principle indeed, true to nature not to man, How awesome its’ potential, sullied by a plan; The genius that is honored, the…

Of Methods and Principles

At one stage in our lives, those around us encourage us that we have potential. At a later stage, depending on whether we violate social norms or not, others may suggest that we had potential. And if we choose to conform once again, or break the hive mindset and achieve something others deem worthy for…

Diffusing Genius.

You + principle + random narrative = Diffusion. ‘Genius in You’ + You + principle + random narrative = Genius Diffusion. Replace narrative with a circumstance or experience – exercise your intuition along with one of your principles to an experience and see what happens! For any principle or proven method that we may hold…

Principle Distillery

It’s pretty easy. There are as many man-made principles as there are industries that man participates in. Since each has its’ own specialization, math’s principles apply but still differ from its’ divergents. One example is computer science as a divergence from math. Another is the vast difference between running marathons, undergoing a parkour gauntlet or…

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…

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…