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As a younger man, I was more innocent, more idealistic – and also more anxious. At this time in my life, I saw a placard in someone’s office. It said something like this: “How can I use today to serve others?”
In this post, I will discuss two ethical themes raised by Sue Burke’s Semiosis duology, the world of Pax and specifically, the character of Stevland.
In this post, I’ll paint a picture of Rob Burbea, and what he’s meant to me and a number of my friends and peers. I’ll also share some suggestions about where to begin listening to Rob’s talks.
Over the years, I’ve gone from avoiding collaboration at all costs to embracing it. Along the way, I’ve discovered and internalized some fundamental principles of collaboration.
I’m starting to see some talking points emerge for me around collaboration.
But so it came to pass, that life had its own plans in store for young Tasshin, that the direction of most service and benefit was also amongst the least expected of directions.
Good projects, good people, good results.
It is possible to learn to give yourself bliss, pleasure, joy, happiness, and fulfillment, at any time, on demand.
I’m a wandering quasi-monk, on the long pilgrimage, living my life for the benefit of all beings.