Monthly Archives: August 2013

Thoughts on modern attention problems – the ‘oversensitized personality’ – problems of an ‘absorbing-dominated’ lifestyle

It seems to me that we are beginning to see more problems with attention recently.  Though this is usually looked at as a children’s problem I think it is just as prevalent with adults.  There are many forms and difficulties … Continue reading

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Thoughts on how modern schooling undermines kids – the ‘education sickness’

In a recent conversation with someone I stated some interesting things about the school system.  It basically amounted to this: I feel that the modern school system is not good for many kids. In fact, I feel it is often unhealthy … Continue reading

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Thoughts on the “beautiful”

A little while ago I was sitting by a stream and I gazed downstream into the trees and could see the sunlight coming through the leaves.  Almost immediately I said, “I’ve never seen anything with such beauty”.  I was quite struck … Continue reading

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Thoughts on the myth of qualifications – the “politics of qualifications” – an administrative illusion of control

Recently, I got in an interesting conversation about qualifications for jobs, schooling, and such, that was sort of interesting.  This is basically what I said:   To be frank, my experience is that qualifications usually don’t mean much.  I’ve learned not to … Continue reading

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Thoughts on the damaging effects of liberal points of views

Here’s a thought I had: Recently, I have repetitively remarked that liberal points of views are damaging to society.  It seems, at least to me, that many social problems nowadays can be traced to liberal points of views and its effects.  It … Continue reading

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On the writing and meaning of “Mr. Clement tells his story” – Trying to grasp “life’

The writing of “Mr. Clement tells his story” is a weird one.  It happened so quickly, appeared as if out of the blue, and was done before I knew what was going on.  The story began with a basic idea that amounted to this:  a man … Continue reading

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Thoughts on observing the “nature-as-living” images – the ‘cross-self experience’ – the ‘pre-imagination’

Here’s some thoughts I had about an unusual phenemena: Way back in the 1980 and 1990’s I had some weird experiences that most people would probably be considered as ‘mad’ and I, for a period of time, feared this too.  … Continue reading

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