I am well again, I came to life in the cool winds and crystal waters of the mountains…
– John Muir
When talking about awareness, most of us identify with our awareness through the ego, through the mind and senses. But the true self is in the middle of our chest, in our spiritual heart. So, to get from ego to the true self I said “I am loving awareness.” Loving awareness is the soul. I am loving awareness. I am aware of everything, I’m aware of my body and my senses and my mind, I’m aware of all of it, but I notice that I’m loving all of it. I’m loving all of the world.
…another aspect of the “awakened” mind is the unfettering of what many describe as a primordial compassion. Our basic nature may be more loving and easy than we suspect.
I loved reading this story about the study of meditation and the experiences of the long term meditators.
…think of randomness as a design resource, to be deployed whenever users need to feel refreshed or surprised.
Interesting article about punching through the “filter bubble” in on-line search.
Life is your art. An open, aware heart is your camera. A oneness with your world is your film.
“Non-profit failure is too rare, which means that non-profit innovation is too rare as well. Innovators understand that their job is to fail, repeatedly, until they don’t.”
What if non-profits where innovators?