Learn As If Your Life Depends On It

Musashi, the most famous Japanese sword fighter, won over 60 1-on-1 duels to the death. He was a true master of his craft but he understood one thing: In order to balance your art, you must learn many unrelated things such as calligraphy, cooking, philosophy or dancing. You cannot just learn one thing and expect…

Coincidence vs. Meaning

Coincidence is the quiet anthem of the universe. Meaning is what makes us feel safe. It is the mask we place on reality to make itĀ digestibleĀ and predictable. Its what we use as a lens to view the past so that we do not go insane. Meaning does have its place, though. We need it to…

Linking Circumstance to Emotion.

Linking circumstances to emotions is the hallmark of immaturity. Just because something is happening does not mean that it has a meaning. Meaning is created and not found. The partner you are with, the position you are in, the colour of your skin, the income of your parents, your health, your mental capacities. These things…

You are Twice as Fast

How would life be if you were twice as fast as everyone else? You would think twice as fast, eat twice as fast, move twice as fast – you would, understand, digest, react, inspire, navigate, influence and see twice as fast. How self-sufficient would you be? How would you view other people? Speed is what…