Deep Abstraction.

The statement can be lived that you may experience current events without ever knowing what's transpired. The quality of discussing ideas includes always the events and people that demonstrates it, even when the focus is on people. Like energy, ideas are always present in the events that they run - even if no one is … Continue reading Deep Abstraction.


Deep Gratitude

Open practices of gratitude that go beyond saying 'thank you' is so easy to do once you get into it. Check this out if you're serious. Don't believe in psychic phenomena (woo-woo)? He doesn't either. This strategy on gratitude is something that he does regularly, and something I hereby share with you, dear reader, courtesy of … Continue reading Deep Gratitude

Going Deep.

"The whole process of mental adjustment and atonement can be summed up in one word, gratitude." - Wallace Wattles "I do not believe in the collective wisdom of individual ignorance." - Thomas Carlyle "I'm still learning." - Michelangelo "Man is a growth by law, and not a creation by artifice, and cause and effect is … Continue reading Going Deep.


"There's no way things can keep going like this, someone has to do something!" "I ought to give him a piece of my mind!" "Who does she think she is? She's lucky enough as it stands already!" "That kid is going nowhere! What does he think he's going to accomplish doing that? Good luck making … Continue reading Conjecture


Have you ever heard of transportive storytelling? I haven't. That seed is the reason I committed to writing about this on this day. There's no formal definition for transportive storytelling that Google can find in its' magic marker work on the internet at this time, yet the folks over at Legendary have branded themselves after … Continue reading Legendary.