Life carries us on a wave of highs and lows, and a good mood is often only good for so long before the next recipe for stress makes itself known. But while we're there in the good mood, we have a sense of needing to make hay while the sun shines. We capitalise our efforts and use our time well. We smile and the world smiles with us. Beyond the happiness, we know nothing lasts forever. We know that we must make the best of a good thing while it's there, that some days are diamonds, and some days are coal.
Hi, welcome to first post! Since writing Quantumology I've learned a lot more about the contents, probably because when you've written something down you're less likely to forget it. In those days, I thought a day had to be fairly disastrous if things looked set that way. Now I cruise the minutes a little more steadily, letting them pass by without holding onto them. Doing what needs to be done is easier when every piece of time is free to be free from the last - through holding onto dippy moments, fun can be undone.
Quantumology explains some of the many similarities between quantum and human ways of being, where we are freer to join the spinning helix of cause and effect and enjoy the ride of life.
Carbon is both diamond and coal, and we are largely made of it.
The Gift Exchange is the Present.