I think the way that I can tell me for me is my eyes. My eyes look so tired but the rest of me is just alive with energy.
Yeah. I’m pretty sure that’s it.
Time to play this again with the new retina hotness
Stop. Look. Listen
There’s a saying. Perception is reality.
Each of us, therefore, experiences our own, probably at least slightly different reality.
Look at your window. You are the only one that sees what you’re looking at. Even if someone is right next to you and looks out also, they at the very least have a different angle.
I think the first reaction to this for a lot of people is loneliness. That feeling that you never quite belong. But I encourage you to get past that.
We are all different. We have our own perspectives. That’s why we group up. It’s why we have friends. We want them to share their reality with us. And they want us to share our reality with them.
Because you can only really see the world through somebody else’s eyes when you listen to them.
This moment wil never happen again Ichi-go ichi-e (一期一会) is a concept connected to the way of tea. Roughly translated the phrase means “one time, one meeting” or “one encounter; one opportunity” or “every encounter is a treasure.” It is an idea that reminds us of something all too obvious but often not recognized. That is, that no moment ever happens again, every moment is unique, and we should recognize and be in this moment as it will never happen again.Read More on Presentation Zen
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Sometimes when people ask what makes humans different from animals they answer that humans use tools. Or that humans use language.
I’ve seen a chimp use a tool and learn sign language do either we are wrong are we are going to have to stop thinking of chimps as “animals”
And honestly we all know where that leads. Planet of the Apes has released a movie this decade so it’s not just nerds like me who’ve seen it
You know what. I think other animals use tools also. So we might just be royal fuxked when it comes that answer.
But the language thing is interesting. Can we really use it? I mean without a doubt there have been some of us who could make a great speech
Steve Jobs could deliver a presentation like no one else and JFK still holds some of our history’s most memorable speeches.
But a lot of us, myself included, just all in all suck at this language and communication thing. It’s odd.
I like to think I can do a good job in a series of 140 characters or less but really isn’t that just like a good finger painting?
I like to think I can do a good job in a series of 140 characters or less but really isn’t that just like a good finger painting?Where you go “yeah, that’s a good thing that serves no purpose whatsoever”. I think I need to get better at communicating where it matters
Which means figuring out “where it matters”. Or I wait till
@thedragontony gets rich & can pay me to tweet for his entertainment. Whichever