When I first tried Omega 3 vitamins I noticed an immediate cognitive boost. I called them cognitive rockets. Now I just eat fish a lot.
I have been sketching landscapes for a long time, but this is my first real painting, created in a workshop.
“Reading isn’t only a matter of our brains; it’s something that we do with our bodies.” — Andrew Piper
A living bird in the bush versus a dead one in the hunter’s hand, that is the difference between a living thing and our knowledge of it. Language is a binding of life.
A beginner’s mind is not clouded with the noise of the “monkey mind,” a Buddhist metaphor for the clatter of our unceasing and wandering thoughts and language and attention.
Life has so much more than humans know. We miss sights and sounds all the time. Think of how much goes on unnoticed by humans. For every bird in the hand there are two in the bush.
Handwriting is a dying art that finds new life as contour and shade in images. It is the closest thing I have to an original visual style.
The smell of an orchid, is it raspberry or coconut? It is delicate and exotic, reminiscent of a past love.
Sit around a dinner table and share a meal. Draw chairs near the fire to speak slow and long into the night. Gaze into each other’s eyes cuddled under blankets. Face to face, that’s knowledge.
Introverts have psychic powers, it seems. They read minds from micro-expressions and body language, interpolating meaning from words not said. They know the future by orchestrating a complex model of cause and effect in their minds, completing it from a rich mental catalogue of past events. Be mindful of the psychic powers of introverts.