Monthly Archives: June 2010

The Geography of the Dalai Lama

When the Dalai Lama was a young child he was schooled in the best traditions available to him.  He studied metaphysics, language, philosophy and spent a great deal of time debating other scholars to sharpen his mental skills.  But living … Continue reading

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The Fluidity of Thought

As I have investigated the geography of life, there is a force I have come upon that seems to be at the root of everything we are.  It is a force which is hard to quantify, hard to predict, and … Continue reading

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Homeostasis is keeping me from changing

The other day a word popped into my head. The word is “homeostasis.” Homeo-what? Homeo-STAY-sis. It is a term that I was familiar with from studying ecology but I hadn’t thought of it in a long time. It describes plant … Continue reading

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Welcome to the Geography of Life

Welcome to the Geography of Life.  I hope you find plenty to keep your mind stimulated and thinking.  My goal is to bring the unknown a little closer to the known through the observation of patterns and relationships. I write … Continue reading

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