Gap In Perception

Same But DifferentMuch of what we think of as Free Will, is an illusion. Its simply the governing forces within our bodies. Such as hormones, moralities, pleasantries and obligations towards others. That alter out initial choice of action in any situation. Notice that Free Will focuses primarily on the collective part of the human spirit, not on the individualistic. Individualism has no pre-written obligations to fulfill, collectivism has a Gap In Perception. Continue reading Gap In Perception

Wise and Foolish

Wise CatBefore God we are equally Wise, and equally FoolishAlbert Einstein. The concept of a society where everyone follows the same rules, the same morals and the same spirituality, sounds peaceful and simple. Everyone is fighting the Good fight, and keep making the same mistakes. Continue reading Wise and Foolish

Contrast

ContrastEveryone has a choice. A or B, perhaps C?. The two dimensional nature of our being leaves us with a simplistic, symmetric structure. Two eyes, two ears. Two arms, two legs and two brain halves. There are deep thinking philosophers, or perhaps daring people, who chose to take the Middle Path. And ignore the obvious Contrast Continue reading Contrast

Vinyl or CD?

Vinyl RecordI did a little research on what music format people prefer, and here’s my results so far:

Name: Age: Vinyl or CD?:
Adrene 50> Vinyl
Jan 40> Vinyl
Per 50> Vinyl
Agneta 50> CD
Anna 20> CD
Richard 20> CD
Kerstin 50> CD
Chanette 20> CD
Thomas 40> CD
Karin 40> CD

I’m quite surprised that CD is so popular, even amongst the older generation, only a handfull of the people i asked knew about sound dynamics and frequency  range.