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From the page: "causal closure"
Tom is a wonderful human being. He sees Beauty, in more than just art and music - in life and in people. His reviews are great, but what makes him stand out is his attention to the things people normally don't - or can't - see.
"An autotelic person needs few material possessions and little entertainment, comfort, power, or fame because so much of what he or she does is already rewarding. Because such persons experience flow in work, in family life, when interacting with people, when eating, even when alone with nothing to do, they are less dependent on the external rewards that keep others motivated to go on with a life composed of dull and meaningless routines. They are more autonomous and independent because they cannot be as easily manipulated with threats or rewards from the outside. At the same time, they are more involved with everything around them because they are fully immersed in the current of life."
I like this much too much for my own good
I can't like this enough times. I have been working on living this way, and...it's the greatest thing that has ever happened to me. It's a rough road, but it's also full of gratitude, and awe, and inspiration.
I'll definitely be looking out for this taco truck next time I go snowboarding!
I laughed when they were pulling a hair from that striped, mustached ski-mask. The rest was a little iffy.
Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind has come to fruition everyone
my personal blog - This is my little practice in appreciating the here and now.
From the page: "Analytical Buddhism: The Two-tiered Illusion of Self"
Normally I窶m the die-hard idealist, but if I was a bird I would eat the bread on the table and accidentally poop while on the way out. I don窶t think we窶re giving the bird enough credit here in this picture. This just isn't all that practical, convenient, or safe for our health.
This has to be my most favorite GIF ever.
Hmm...Orwellian. This is something to be cautious about for the future, but this video makes me want to look more into both sides - global embrace of it/useful functions vs corporate control - more than anything.