My therapist asked, “Where do you feel worthy unrelated to your career?” And I think that’s a question all of us – conditioned by job titles and grind culture – should sit with.
The news we hear is full of grief for that future, but the real news inside here is there’s no news at all.
Too lazy to be ambitious,
I let the world take care of itself.
Ten days’ worth of rice in my bag;
a bundle of twigs by the fireplace.
Why chatter about delusion and enlightenment?
Listening to the night rain on my roof,
I sit comfortably, with both legs stretched out.
Real-life as a medium.
Games use players' lives as a platform. Players are not required to build a character or role-play being someone other than themselves. They might unexpectedly overcome a challenge for the community simply because of the real-life knowledge and background they possessed. Participants are constantly on the lookout for clues embedded in everyday life.
The mañana method is a 4-step productivity process:
"...we were interested in what enables technology to profoundly disappear and let you look through the information or look through the interface onto the domain – just like how the blind man’s eyes are now touching the concrete, so to speak. The technology disappears in the same way that the cane disappears. So we were exploring how we might design technology that lets us look through the screen instead of at the screen and then play with the information as if there’s no screen there at all."
“Breath is the bridge which connects life to consciousness, which unites your body to your thoughts. Whenever your mind becomes scattered, use your breath as the means to take hold of your mind again.” ― Thich Nhat Hanh