A number of reasons have been offered as to why we don’t have free will. Or why free will is an illusion or delusion depending on how charitable you wish to be.

Let’s start with what you experience through the sense. Ask yourself with each of your senses is do…

Author in Paris 2015. Copyright Busakorn Suriyasarn

I’ve always thought the string of words: past, present and future invited a misleading symmetry. The three time frames create the illusion of equal billing on the marquee of our life, reality and universe. A moment’s reflection reveals the falsity of anything approaching equal measurements. That is common sense. …

A Post-Foragers Report

For 200,000 years around a million of our ancestors roamed the planet as hunters and foragers. We were highly mobile. We were nomads who moved on average 6 times a year in search of food, water, and shelter. * Seeking accurate and detailed information about our environment…

Be mindful of the script in your mind. Who was the author? Who is updating your script right under your nose? That’s the life of taking a blue pill. You don’t need to worry about such questions. You dine on that juicy steak cooked just like you want it. Veiling…

gone.

I enjoyed this list. I host Book Talk Conversations: Decoding the mind of Original Thinkers. We discuss the books from childhood that shaped their worldview. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=76EbegEEB0Y

Mapping Vincent Calvino’s World

There is a beautiful quote from Jorge Luis Borges that like a song you can’t get out of your head, haunts me: “A man sets out to draw the world. As the years go by, he peoples a space with images of provinces, kingdoms, mountains, bays…

Re-Enchantment

Three Worlds, M.C. Escher (Wikiart.org)

Most people have experienced enchantment. It’s a moment in time when you find a sense of wonder and beauty in something much larger than yourself, but includes you, and this enlargement of self gives us a subjective sense of bliss and joy. …

A Letter to my Friend Luciano

Chopin Mazurka Op.17 №4 Horowitz https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vmLvpJySb50

A 97-Year-Old Philosopher Faces His Own Death

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qX6NztnPU-4-

Thank you, Luciano for sending me these two links.

The Chopin Mazurka Op.17 №4 Horowitz was sublime. …

Space isn’t a thing; it’s a dimension where a system of objects, motion, behavior arise and fall, in a fragile balance between creation and destruction. We live in space and space moves through us. It is the place where we tell stories. We narrate our passage and read, hear or…

Christopher G. Moore

Christopher G. Moore is a Canadian author who has lived in Thailand since 1988. He has written over 40 books and hundreds of essays.

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