The #personal-mythology pile
- A Quirky Clock That Doesn’t Track Time
- Why We Should Create Personal Mythologies (and How)
- Snake Fables, Book I
- We need an alternative to the Hero’s Journey
- The Marvelous, Thinking Fractal That Is Us
- The Element of Irreducible Rascality
- Live like a hydra
- Lazy, distributed universe
The conspiracy of Time and how to let go.
An experiment in using mythic mode to confront the meaning crisis.
A few prototype myths offered as an experiment in designing a personal mythology.
A pleasant oath to remember our humanity.
Take a break from whatever you’re doing to consider just how amazing it is that we exist simultaneously as a collective of intuitions, as individuals, as members of teams, organizations, nations, and as a small part of the natural world — all folded into a marvelous, thinking fractal.
This is one of my favorite phrases coined by Alan Watts
Thoughts on how to get stronger when things are chaotic.
What if every person had their own copy of space and time?