Category Archives: Various life philosophies

Inclusion

She will be involved in organizing a homecoming for graduates from her all-girls high school. Was involved in an earlier one, and people remember how good she was. This time, the fundraising objective will be to raise enough money so … Continue reading

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Held It

From The Maestro, by Tim Wynne-Jones (1995), where the protagonist has misrepresented who he is: He couldn’t tell her the real story. Anyway, he wanted to hold onto this dream for a bit longer. Like when you walk around in … Continue reading

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Community

What is a “community”? What are “community” values? Who speaks for the “community”? So easy to create the phantom As target As target of apology Mental ease of the referent herder

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Inertia is a great motivator

Comment from a courier, with respect to ending up still dealing a lot of documents that could be dealt with electronically. Inertia as a great motivator to not change.

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You give it to me, I give it to you

All this whatnot in terms of moment of the moment. This socially constructed fantasy of connection, social or otherwise. The morning after the party. The party into the morning, that still leads Vapours and hollow. Forty years ago, or yesterday. … Continue reading

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What time

When there is nothing but never Illusion of the moment

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Slightly II

In relation to “Slightly“, concerning the comparative need for vacations, Neil Remington Abramson commented as follows: At Simon Fraser University, we received generous weeks of vacation, but couldn’t save it up from year to year. Some professors, like me through … Continue reading

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