Monthly Archives: April 2015

Achieving Simplicity is Complicated Part Two

Physical clutter is only half of the equation in finding simplicity. Mental clutter, distractions and demands which pull us aay from our goals or pursuits we enjoy are even more treacherous than “stuff”. I made a wonderful discovery after I … Continue reading

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Achieving Simplicity is Complicated Part One

I think about time and energy a lot. Not as grandly as Albert Eistein but in terms of my own universe. Lately my focus has on another component of Einsteinian theory, mass. In the sense of physics mass is neither … Continue reading

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Ingredients for an Optimal Life

Kimchee and catnip. What a strange combination. It could just as easily have been sushi and cream cheese, since both I and the cats like them both. Kimchee and catnip has a nice alliteration, though, and they are both somewhat … Continue reading

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The Sounds of Spring Rain

A long day is ending. The cats are arrayed around me on the futon, sleeping as I write except for Simba, purring loudly as my elbow, nudging and bumping for petting. I am listening to Projekt Erde 11:11. The cats … Continue reading

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