I’m interested in networks because I suspect they can describe aspects of nature beyond mathematics and sentences.
As Peter Drucker indicates, happiness, like money, comes when the system is working. You don’t aim for the money and you don’t aim for happiness, you aim to make the system work.
Your mind is a collective but you don’t see it as a collective. You can’t see the parts because the parts are doing the seeing. We are fascinated to look at ourselves because it helps us imagine what we are.
The creative process is something unto itself and, like love or excitement, it does not aim for resolution... Real creation is, at some level, self-creation and the tragedy of an idea’s failure is a personal one.
Enlightened people live close to their weakness, while those those with unflagging strength are often dull minded. Why is this? Is enlightenment a weakness and stupidity a strength?