Saturday, February 21, 2015


Thoughts, beliefs, attitudes, and opinions are a group of common threads that bind us.  To take into one's mind is a continuous activity.

Something conceived in the mind can be called "concepts".

"Theories" are the general principle or body of principles that are put together to try and explain phenomena that we take into the mind.  These theories form a belief, policy, or procedure proposed or followed as the basis of action.

From the theories, "principles" are form as a matter or thing of primary importance.  These principals become the most consequential or influential items directing the beliefs and opinions we form in the mind.

"Methods" are derived from these principles that produce an orderly or habitual way for doing something.  They may be techniques, or processes that give an orderliness and regularity to our lives.

"Tools" then are formed, and become a means to an end.  The manner of conducting oneself is a result. methods... and to tools, form a framework our thoughts utilize.  Common threads we all share.

Tuesday, February 3, 2015


A common thread that binds us all is time.  You know that measured period during which an action, process, or condition exists or continues.  We generally experience this common thread as our events succeed one another from past through present to future.  The various languages of the world express this thread in terms of their verbs as "past tense", "present tense", and "future tense".  It is how we experience our "present tense" that more often than not plays the major role in defining our past, and will affect our future.

Now the organic platform allows us to experience this thing called time [in the "present tense"], and can be viewed as follows:
                                                        Input ..... Process .... Output .

Our senses provide the input.    Our central nervous system operates the process.  Our organic platform operates the output.  It is the "process" that analyzes, interprets, judges, and activates a host of internal systems to produce the "output".   Thoughts, beliefs, attitudes, and opinions, all influence our ability to act or produce this "output".  Hum... what an important thread is this "time", and our organic platforms experience of it.