5.39 The Book Of Not Knowing

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Learning to question isn’t complicated; in fact the difficulty lies in it’s very simplicity. When we speak of questioning, we’re not talking about going into nature to ponder the meaning of life, or mentaly sailing off into abstract notions of the cosmos seeking some answer. We’re talking about being right here. -Peter Ralston Buy the […]

5.37 The Book Of Not Knowing

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Simply wanting to know an answer or requesting information is not a true question. Questioning as a genuine and powerful activity is real wondering—dwelling on and wondering about a subject, and being open to the possibility of realizing something about it that you do not now know. Such profound questioning remains unattached to any answer […]

4.8 Genius of Being

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If we aspire to get at the core of our perceptive-experience, we need to understand what language is. Most people rarely stop and think of language as anything other than simply a means to talk or write to one another. While this is true of language, it misses the real magnitude and existential impact that […]

3.72 Genius of Being

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You may wonder why you should puzzle over this tricky absolute stuff. Your self is not absolute, and you live in a relative world. Everything that is important to you is relative, so what’s the big deal? If you’re not absolute and care only about you, that may be valid, but find out what you […]