I have hope. Hope that things will change for the better. That those who laid the ground work will look and know that their work was not in vain. I have hope that wars will no longer be fought under an uncaring gods name. I hope that we can grow beyond our intellectual limits and be free from the…
Kinda ironic…been practicing a new habit of when I’m feeling reactive by mentioning ” pls feeling like so therefore I need this (type of beh) or if unable please be aware and give me some space” - umm either people not used to it or I’m speaking Martian …#communicationconundrums
“October 21, 2011
“People think a soul mate is your perfect fit, and that’s what everyone wants. But a true soul mate is a mirror, the person who shows you everything that is holding you back, the person who brings you to your own attention so you can change your life.”—Elizabeth Gilbert
“I fully agree with you about the significance and educational value of methodology as well as history and philosophy of science. So many people today — and even professional scientists — seem to me like someone who has seen thousands of trees but has never seen a forest. A knowledge of the historic and philosophical background gives that kind of independence from prejudices of his generation from which most scientists are suffering. This independence created by philosophical insight is — in my opinion — the mark of distinction between a mere artisan or specialist and a real seeker after truth.”—Albert Einstein
“I believe in intuition and inspiration. Imagination is more important than knowledge. For knowledge is limited, whereas imagination embraces the entire world, stimulating progress, giving birth to evolution. It is, strictly speaking, a real factor in scientific research.”—Albert Einstein
“Having a goal that is just right, can make a difference in the totality of rhythms than too many that makes it hard to catch em.
Started with a positive to light the darkest of night, wanted cognitive independence with it’s mate emotional freedom.
Pondered nights wondering where the wind echoed my mind, wanting to caulk the chills and realized,
No one can be an island, even the strongest and the wisest will agree
I have begun another journey with the unknown, armored with all that i’ve collected when I had to wear them other angles
In the end of the day all we want is the energy that can be our mate or foe to be in its healthiest form, exploration from the norm to find balance in the realm of oxymorons.
Being constipated in the feelin coz of pride it makes you blind
If i could whistle a tune i would instead I walk in rhythm, thinkin of my next beat”—Rudy Savant
i feel this would be perfect for a badass remix. i wrote the lyrics, made the beat, played the piano, and also recorded and produced myself on this track. (i belong BEHIND the mic, so my mixing skills leave a lot to be desired…) the hook is sung (i do my own bg vox/harmonies also) with a few mc-type parts in between. i think it’s catchy, but i guess i’m biased. my email is email@example.com - Mina Fedora
I love this song…it reminds me how awesome loving someone feels like…not the honeymoon high sappy type love but like how the beat gets you movin from your core to be able to feel all that beyond the layers…damn. I don’t know what others get out of it but it gets me groovin and am grateful that even during the darkest of days it creates colors that cascades over me while I get in my zone…love it heart it dig it. It’s been one of my favs forever.
Regardless of all the different types of opinions that ranges from negative to umm fanatically positive…what he accomplished for Apple from a marketing, business angle, I can’t wait for his biography to hit the stands.
It’s rare that I am motivated or even curious about reading a biography, though if I do have respect for the person on multifarious levels, I will purchase it to have as how an antique doll collector would except I won’t have nightmares about my books coming alive to eat me or something. As a work in progress writer to find the zone to keep it real with daily instances, situations, emotions is challenging even for the most centered individual who embraces the good bad and the ugly of self, to read a book about a person I’ve never met or would ever really know, reading tabloids would have been more fun. That’s just me in regards to biographies.
My first biography was of Augusten Barroughs. Didn’t even know who he was and to be honest had no idea it was based on a true story, his title “Running With Scissors” caught my eyes and after the first 5 pages, his ability to translate and convey the moments of his life with such wit and color, it’s still one of my favorite books to this day.
Since then George Carlin and now Steve Jobs. ( I do do have Oprah, Steve Covey and Bill Watterson’s entire Calvin and Hobbes collection ;p)
Hmm got me brain thinkin about a blog series…guess my original “I hate biographies” is going through a change.
I love google like how a kid loves her uncle or someone when needing some sage insight or information except instead of being told about it, gotta get a little initiative and juggle some key words to find it.
All I knew about Motorola was that they won the Baldridge National Quality Awards. I mean that’s like getting a nobel prize for scientists or the gold medal in the olympics for the last person repping their country in sports (maybe I am using the wrong metaphors) but it’s a tough award to get.
Had no idea that Motorola was also involved in various projects.
IMHO wish google would work on maximizing on their current projects like makin the email system more user friendly, also it doesn’t hurt to sprinkle in a little aesthetics on the interface. I remember how hotmail, yahoo, google functioned and Google became the most sought after free email client, again I love Google like a crackwhore loves crack…fine, like a fat kid loves cake…um….a vampire loves blood…can’t seem to come up with a better metaphor however I am sure you get my drift on Google.
I’ve been a little turned off though coz as I see other companies evolving dramatically focusing on nurturing their chosen niche, I hope Google is not spreading itself too thin.
Need to do a little more research but acquiring Motorola is a great choice unless it was something to jump on coz not sure about this but doesn’t a company allowing themselves to be acquired means their not as stable? I don’t know, again need to sleuth some more info before I make this statement that ends with a period, for now it’s a question mark.
“whoever, wherever, you are, you are using - to read these words - the most beautiful, intricate, complex, mysterious and powerful object in the known universe: your brain”—Tony Buzan ( I am so damn happy for ppl like Buzan if not I’d be what I was told growing up dumb n worthless - I heart education n free will)