"Everything exists in waves of infinite possibilities until you "observe something" or lock it in with your judgment. Only then does it become a particle. You make reality solid by your judgment or observation. So be careful not to hate —or view yourself or others with a negative, ugly spin — because you particularize or make into a solid particle -- whatever you think. What you focus on GROWS. This viewpoint becomes your reality. You can change it just as fast, but why bring crap into your life if you don't have to? Be careful how you judge others or you solidify anger or criminal behavior.. keep your thoughts on the BEAUTIFUL, GOOD and TRUE.. and you will bring these into your life in proportion to your thought, as Mary Baker Eddy said. Love all. xoxoxo"
"I had written a long, completely spontaneous answer that explained everything and it ended in the sentence about vampires. Can you please find this? I have no other copy and I need to find the paragraph I wrote earlier. It disappeared. I cannot recreate it right now. In a rush to leave.
"Today I managed to talk about the beauty of Euclidean geometry and Joey Essex (UK reality tv "star" who has apparently said that he can't blow his nose "like a professional" or tell the time except on a digital display) in the same conversation... I love that."
"I believe in the power of nature in both a spiritual as well as a medicinal sense. I have found that simple tinctures and even essential oils impact my physical health in a very positive ways. My go to supplier for all things is herbal is Taos Herb - www.taosherb.com."
"The design and implementation of a living interior to a worldship. This is part of the Icarus Interstellar group's REAL project to catalyse the construction of a crewed interstellar craft in earth's orbit within a hundred years. We will start by building the soils and conditions in which living things may thrive before we construct our communities and cities. The project also serves as a new platform for sustainable thinking and raises questions about how we may design more long-term e.g. how do we design across generations? how do we design open systems? can we build evolvable structures?"
"Now that I'm a little older, I am not eating as much red meat. Don't get me wrong. I LOVE a rare, bleeding ribeye. But I just don't crave it anymore. I've been vegetarian at least three days a week, to offset my ridiculous eating and travel schedule, and just be good to my body. I actually just got back from Japan recently and indulged in a ton of vegetable cuisine while in Kyoto and Tokyo. So freakin' oishii!!!"