Postmodern Christianity vs Statements with Content – applied intelligence for dummies ,)
Postmodern Christianity vs statements with content: pic.twitter.com/mCzeLiR1am
— Lawrence Krauss (@LKrauss1) November 6, 2013
Mouse wrestles biscuit.
Life lesson learned:
so far we understood that
the unexamined life isn’t worth living.
but what if he meant the unlived life isn’t worth examining?
or too much examining and your unlived life won’t be worth living?
we’re all talking about change, but still keep up appearances and customs.
we should instead start to step out of our ubiquitous ‘life matrix’.
if we are right, then there will be no sorrow. it will last for all of us. easy.
if we don’t get there, the current system will drag us through. we can decide for how long.
I can’t improvise.
I can only know.
I can only improvise where no-one else knows.
(if you know what I mean…)
… and am not away with anyone, but this Golo speaks out thoughts that I am only thinking (to myself) … reckon he sounds so awkward because we aren’t familiar hearing those words… spoken… and unassociated, just lent to a concept.
anyway, if you manage to hang on long enough to hear through the tschermin voerschening, he is pretty spot on and far worth the watch 😉
He was at our Uni yesterday and spoke quite excellently about renewable energies and the project his group is undertaking in India, inventing/building medium size P/V solar co-generation plants on a sustainable level of sophistication that can be replicated where they are required/fit… and the entire project is carried by thoughtfulness…
nice one 🙂
Last night I saw Dr David Suzuki‘s talk “Over the Horizon – next steps for sustainable cities and the world” at Sydney’s Angel Place Recital Hall. The talk was followed by a panel discussion with Dr Tim Flannery, Head of our brand-new ClimateCouncil.org.au, Clover Moore Lord Mayor of the City of Sydney, David Ritter from Greenpeace Australia, Anna Rose, Environmentalist, wife of Simon Sheikh and Author of “It’s Getting Hot in Here“, and Alex Wyatt from Climate Bridge.
Awe-inspiring. Wish we could vote them all in a new alternative government that supports (not blocks) us citizens with running a better, healthier, sustainable Australia…
Yep, agreed – lets make sure we suffer no regrets on election day…
Another quality campaign made by in/famous Simon Sheikh, now the ACT Greens candidate for the Senate
His Holiness the Dalai Lama along with political and environmental leaders discussing “Universal Responsibility & the Global Environment” at the Environment Summit hosted by the Maitripa College in Portland, Oregon on May 11, 2013.
Space Debris – How It Got There, What To Do About It
Life changing beauty… finally we get to meet Major Tom… Commander Chris Hadfield on board the International Space Station 😉
From the Tillmanproject.com
Jeez sometimes the obvious is the hardest to grasp…
In case u haven’t heard…