We live in times awash in simplicity and simple-minded thinking.
But life is not simple. Nor are the challenges and issues facing us all, yet our culture seems to thirst for the false dichotomy of simple answers to complex problems.
We seek the simple. We want simplicity.
Thus, I feel that everyone misses the point.
Simplicity isn’t and nor should it be the goal.
Complexity, whether we like it or not, is the point.
Continue reading “embrace the complexity”
The following is a post written by someone I like to call a friend who I have known online for over 4 years now. Her piece is poignant and relevant, and I think worth re-blogging for others to read. Continue reading “someone else’s depiction of my depression”
STEPHEN FRY: WHAT I WISH I’D KNOWN WHEN I WAS 18
(via Peter Samuelson on Vimeo)
There is a number of subjects he rambles across in this video, but to me it’s another view of looking at one’s life and re-assessing. I really want to share this for those who want to seek out their purpose and want some guidelines.