Post #62. The Seeds & Fruits of Life

Currently I’m sitting on a buss from Gothenburg to Lund, reflecting on the time that has just passed. I’ve been swimming, enjoying countless great conversations & the pleasent company of my cousin, who lives in this beautiful city of Gothenburg. How did I end up here?... I remember how I just had an idea... It’s … Continue reading Post #62. The Seeds & Fruits of Life

Post #59. On “The Hidden Trap”

"None are more hopelessly enslaved than those who falsely believe they are free." - Johann Wolfgang von Goethe, Poet, playwright, novelist and philosopher In this chapter Jamie is questioning something that seems obvious to us. He's also talking about the destructive power of misunderstanding the nature of something and how things that we've held to … Continue reading Post #59. On “The Hidden Trap”

Post #58. Introduction to Clarity

“What information consumes is rather obvious: it consumes the attention of its recipients. Hence, a wealth of information creates a poverty of attention.” - Herbert Simon, Economist, winner of the Nobel Prize in Economics, 1978 In the same way that clarity is water’s natural state, clarity is also our natural state. As I was entering … Continue reading Post #58. Introduction to Clarity