The linear/spectrum model doesn’t explain autism and the fact that there are probably as many types/grades of it as there are sufferers (we’re not suffering by the way, we’re just being treated differently for not being average). Our tangental leaps away from the accepted line of average, or from the supposed spectrum result in us… Continue reading global positioning system
Happy New Year! A somewhat vacuous statement that we’ll hear for a day or so this week. But how can we ensure that this year will indeed be a happy one? Well, we can continue our search for true freedom, the freedom to choose what we do every day instead of dancing to someone else’s… Continue reading Our Human Condition
In the past I have had mild success with turning journaling into flow state like spells of really creative writing and indeed have developed a great many ideas that were otherwise just idle thoughts, when in that mode in the past, but had never made the connection with this process and the (relatively unimportant in the global scheme) reasonable success I have had.
A new study sheds light on why time flies, or at least seems to, as we get older. On the face of it another daft study into bugger all, but on closer inspection it really does explain a great deal about the different perception we have of time as we age. An hour to my… Continue reading Time flies.
I’ve recently been fascinated by the idea of frames, windows and/or lenses. By that I mean the potential for everything to be viewed in a particular way, from a certain angle maybe. Another way to think about this is the way we see the world through our built in, or manufactured prejudices we have very… Continue reading Through the Asperger window
With idea generation not being a particular problem, I live in what I’ve always thought was confusion about how to keep track of creative ideas, how to turn them into real projects, and how to see those projects through to any sort of conclusion. Failing to note them down causes anxiety that they will be… Continue reading Lagom