Situation A) Sandpaper Y and sandpaper Z are rubbing against each other, producing heat. Both A and B are moving equally fast and forcibly as is possible. Point 1) It would be absurd side with Sandpaper Y and say Sandpaper Z is the sole, or greater contributor to the heat. Point 2) The opposite, naturally, … More Friction
Jimmy enters the professor’s office. The professor expectedly looks up from the his book, asks Jimmy to take a seat. Jimmy seats himself, hopeful. The professor stands, and moves towards his bookshelf, removes a book and hands it to Jimmy saying ”This is a very important book if you wish to get on in this … More Everything you need to know about everything
Is it possible to make a mistake? My mind will continually assess what the correct cause of action is. How I should play the entire situation that is my life? Will the next step be the right one? Could people think badly of me? Could I lose something? Will I waste time in this endeavour? … More Knowing
It seems strange that a mind can make a statement such as ‘it does not make sense that I know my own best interests?’ or ‘ it doesn’t seem that I have a hand in my own peace’, yet live opposite to this. Believing in it’s own power. Now, this is often explained by understanding … More Confusion
Do I know where my best interests lie? From a very young age we learn what this ‘life’ is about – ‘life-knowledge’. Although this has many elements, ultimately it is what we should do in order to be happy, secure and peaceful. Yet no one is completely happy, secure or peaceful. Therefore all the ‘life … More Do I know where my best interests lie?
I hope to answer this from the perspective of the reader, as this is where almost 100% of my experience of writing has come from. For me the truest form of literature or writing (or any form of communication for that matter, whether verbal, musical, or whatever – even touch) can be described in analogy … More The symptoms of powerful writing
The spark is from dead wisdom, but the fire is life. D.H. Lawrence reminds me that even the ‘highest’ form of knowledge, is still only knowledge.