Two Halfs

“All our knowledge begins with feelings.” – Leonardo da Vinci Feeling, emotion and intuition are valued under a dog these days. Nothing that is not rational is worthless. On the other hand, the “scientifically tested” rationally explained, means “true.” Reasoning and language activities are typical of the left half of Continue Reading

Work of Art

“The sculpture is already in the marble, I just remove what surrounds it.” – Michelangelo It would be fantastic that you know the work of art that you already are. Finding your essence requires fabulous artistic work, dedication, creativity, technique, trial and error, learning, disappointment and hope. The interesting thing Continue Reading


“I think, therefore I give up.” – Anonymous We are taught to think that everything that”is rational” is good, either that or “scientifically proven”. When you are faced with the need to make a vital decision for your life what do people say to you?  ”Think about it”, “weight thigs Continue Reading

The Mystery of the Killer Clock

“Clocks slay time … time is dead while being trounced by small sprockets, only when the clock stops does time come back to life.” – William Faulkner Aristotle said that “time is the measure of motion”, that is, time and motion rotate around each other. Of all the riches you Continue Reading