Not for simpletons – complexity
Sure – it’s another book; available on Scribd. Did say people who read this have to buy it? I did not. This post was in draft form for several months before publication today. Book review – this is not. Over the last 9 months. I’ve been studying cognitive and conativeRead More
Calm detachment – four ends of the rope
Lots of people make decisions that are driven by emotions, and wrapped in emotion. Just to be clear, I’m not saying that such decisions are necessarily wrong. It is well known from Damasio’s research that emotions are an activator of some sort. Whilst emotions can drive actions and decisions, decision-makingRead More
What’s in the Bhagavad Gita?
Most Westerners will not have heard of the Bhagavad Gita or even read anything from it, or about it. If I then say, “It’s a Hindu text,” that then leads a proportion of Westerners to go, “Never heard of it.. I’m a Christian.. I don’t have time for this.” Brilliant!Read More
Fallacy: Relative Privation
As usual this is triggered by my interactions in the background, with one or two who are gluttons for punishment – with exceptionally thick callouses on their backs! 😂 Oh yes – the beatings over the years has caused this. Obviously they derive some ‘masochistic’ pleasure from this! Just toRead More