Let go of superstitious thinking.

Our passions define our self and our identity. We allow our obsessions to control us, even when it causes us conflict. Harmonious passions allow us balance between our identity, our passions, and our life. Rigid, obsessive ways weaken the writing.

Over the past months, I have let go of the way things are done and I have embraced new ways. I am in a new way of thinking . I can see the answer now that I am here but at the time I didn’t know how to from there to here.

Where are you now? If you can only see one way of doing it, you haven’t let go.

Up next Architectural Change I was watching How Buildings Learn, a BBC documentary based on Steward Brand’s book of the same name, when they talked about the relationship Bayles and Orland on Quality versus Quantity “The works of highest quality were all produced by the group being graded for quantity. It seems that while the “quantity” group was busily churning
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