Thoasp sounds a little strange, huh? Good - that means it's different than what we're used to reading. The purpose of this blog is to share and expand on the possibilities stemming from personal direction, done by originating and inspiring thought. To start off, I'll be clear about this post. To inspire requires a two … Continue reading Thoasp: Thoughts of an Aspirationist
...That no one ever was. It's something that has been partially deprived for the Chinese, soon to be no longer the case. Jokes aside, how would you like to be the best that no one's done? It's part of this guy's drive to serve people to his greatest capacities - for a third time. I'm … Continue reading Being the Very Best.
Sensus plenior: Latin sense of fuller meaning. A book I've never read, "Questions are the answers," is commonly bought on Amazon with two books in my library: 'The Magic of Thinking BIG' and 'How to Win Friends and Influence People'. This book that is not in my library is also a belief of the real … Continue reading Using Your Imagination.
I'm pretty sure that veteran writers and skeptics might agree that yesterday's post was a sad excuse for poetry. Here's what else it's a demonstration of: overcoming the illusion of writer's block. Like fear, man-made limitations only exist when they appear real if and only if we give them power. Fear does nothing if you … Continue reading In Ontology Unto you.
Was it a cyclical lapse, a cynical addict? A painted impression. Burning at the stake in the mind for all that's good, even when it's gone. Here for the booze, Hit the snooze alarm, you will see in a couple of years. You already knew, didn't you? That to lose is to lose, Even by … Continue reading Autumn Darkness.
Ever systematize the means by which you create your goals? After becoming crystal clear on where you're going, the way to get there is pretty clear: is like a fishing spot, or more like a marathon race? Are you competing against a great white shark -- for life -- or is it for your greatest … Continue reading Creation of Concepts
What wins the forefront of the mind? A lover, an interest, the love of a sport? Service to others, purpose or love, a religious doctrine or a venomous tongue? An unpublished passion, your great escapes; a phantom life, the greatness of nature? Angels or spirits, health or woe? Finances in bliss, a credible pro? The … Continue reading Focal Quotient
What does 'prosper' mean to the sunflower? Totally unremarkable to the vast majority of us, it clings to life, doing everything that it can to thrive. Given the opportunity to flourish it will do so. The sunflower, like viruses, only need a few opportunities to flourish. Given ample opportunity, what would 'prosper' mean to our … Continue reading A Study of the Prosperous
Can you remember the last time you 'just knew' something was off, and you went to the doctor to get it checked out? How about a time you guestimated your way into a better circumstance than those around you in traffic? Get your oil changed on time without checking your sticker? You and your lifestyle … Continue reading Predictive Maintenance
Did you believe me when I said it couldn't be comprehended? I was mistaken, as I was also in suggesting that anyone should consider thinking without a purpose, without context. Directing your thoughts is, as common sense might suggest, the fastest and surest way to victory. And mental wandering might just let you be like … Continue reading Deep ‘No Idea’
Critical thinking is one of the best skills you can develop for yourself. It takes a growth mindset to understand the value of this skill since it takes personal initiative to ever recognize it to begin with, once you're in the minutia. When staying true to yourself, you'll be deceived, eventually, if you don't put … Continue reading Deep Honesty.