jusummerhayes (jusummerhayes) wrote,

My tweets

  • Mon, 16:04: Storytelling https://t.co/dyoTHvRrsW / today's blog offering (cc. @StefanPowell) https://t.co/ob3WbYJp8r
  • Mon, 18:23: “We shall not cease from exploration And the end of all our exploring Will be to arrive where we started And know the place for the first time.” ― T. S. Eliot, Four Quartets
  • Mon, 18:39: We talk a great deal about beginnings and the journey (not so much the destination these days), but rarely, in my experience, do we like to address, let alone discuss, endings, including death (there's so much word voodoo attached to the 'D' word). I wonder why that is?
  • Mon, 18:51: I think the religion of the industrial complex -- i.e. materialism/capitalism -- is ripe to be disassembled and/or disavowed as the single biggest threat to mankind. In other words, our love affair with stuff will inexorably lead to our annihilation.
  • Mon, 18:58: I have Stephen Jenkinson's book "Money and the Soul's Desires: A Meditation on Wholeness" on audio but it's so rare that I don't think I'll ever own a paper copy.
  • Mon, 18:59: A Manifesto for Sanity and Soul: Stephen Jenkinson https://t.co/zsHL976dw2 / I love this talk.
  • Tue, 05:10: "No man ever steps in the same river twice, for it's not the same river and he's not the same man." — Heraclitus
  • Tue, 06:32: Alfie is keen to go out. I hope he knows it's raining and blowing a proper hoolie! Time to get suited and booted.
  • Tue, 07:10: A material world https://t.co/dUZpFq0YOy / today's little blog https://t.co/02NsbGdybE
  • Tue, 07:35: The only picture I could take in the pouring rain. 🌿🌧️ https://t.co/cpzGwkZrfN
  • Tue, 08:19: So, so beautiful https://t.co/behDiUDSMk
  • Tue, 08:46: Time permitting, I'll record another short monologue today. I'm using Audacity again, which feels good alongside my new, inexpensive Tonor mic. Small steps but it does feel good to be recording again. I'll upload it to Soundcloud. https://t.co/1yC59I3Ap2
  • Tue, 08:58: I've got unfinished business with the legal profession. I know that sounds ominous but despite my reservations -- and there are many -- about the way professional service firms are run, I believe there is a better way but it invokes the Socratic process...

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