Indeed the means for building the matrix we call human society or “the world” were given “from above” to the world builders, mathematicians, scientists, engineers, builders. The basic mathematical concepts, geometrical shapes and solids and all other concepts were received indeed by matrix builders from that Space of which they do not speak about. Any … Continue reading The Matrix and the Joy
What would the world be without straight lines? What would freedom be without mazes? What would men be without boxes? Categories? Hierarchies? Levels? Stages? Mechanisms? Models? Theories? Systems? Programs? Stories? Magic shows? Constructions? What would Life be without games? The excitement of being lost and finally found, of being trapped then finally freed, of speeding … Continue reading The boxes of men
Hm. Never understood what was the big idea regarding a certain age. Approaching 40. Life appears to request ... uhm ... clean restoration, freshness. Work space: inner (soul). Means: art, music, poetry, dance, nature, silent contemplation. Aim: psychological repair. Location: current (Sibiu).
School for me was a nice place to go and listen to stories, even chemistry and physics and math too, each algorithm a strange story with unexpected end (and a quite dubious purpose). I had a good memory and sharp listening skills so it was simple to get good grades by simply reproducing the stories … Continue reading Teachers, let kids learn they can think! or a simple approach to improving education
Life gets simple when we learn to love it. Andreea Garden Image credit: Google Images
“If I had a world of my own, everything would be nonsense. Nothing would be what it is, because everything would be what it isn't. And contrary wise, what is, it wouldn't be. And what it wouldn't be, it would. You see?” Lewis Carroll, Alice's Adventures in Wonderland Image credits: Google Images
Adaptation of a Zen story. Image credits: Google Images
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