A space for conversations in a time of global disruption
The deepest truth is like Sasquatch, belief only comes through seeing it for yourself.
Added by Tim Fox on September 13, 2013 at 1:52 — No Comments
All technologies are the corporeal manifestations of moral convictions.
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Free will is the river carving the channel that guides its flowing.
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In the mountains, the shortest distance between two points is almost never a straight line.
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In the face of an insatiable geometry, even the vastness of space will, in a few short generations, prove as flat as the Earth.
It is not enough to reinvent the wheel; the time has come to rediscover our feet.
That which we most take for granted is the most deserving of our attention and the least likely to receive it.
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The Earth offers excess, but to truly thrive we must accept only just enough, because most of it is not for us.
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Only by caring for lives other than human will human life be cared for.
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At the heart of every sorrow is the seed of joy from which it sprouted.
Added by Tim Fox on June 30, 2013 at 20:51 — No Comments
When people refuse to entertain the idea of giving up the trappings of industrial civilization because the public will never go for it, ask, is a jumbo jet running on fumes at 30,000 feet going remain airborne because the passengers will never go for crashing?
Added by Tim Fox on June 23, 2013 at 18:30 — No Comments
Ours is a world at once profoundly overpopulated and woefully underpeopled.
All making begins as an act of unmaking.
Added by Tim Fox on June 9, 2013 at 22:24 — No Comments
Ultimately, there may only be one victim of climate change: expectation.
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Rosy denial is way more depressing than painful truth.
What are you giving up in order to keep what you're not willing to give up?
Silence and patience often sound the same.
Things always seem worse than they are until they're worse than they seem.
Added by Tim Fox on May 5, 2013 at 18:30 — No Comments
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The Parable of Usk
by Tim Fox
You would think, that after so many years of living among humans, I would be used to their strange appearance. But I am not. I still find myself arrested by the oddity of silent smiles made with lips and teeth. And their wide eyes are not flame-orange, but hued in shades from almost black to pale blue, set in faces that can flex. How hard it was to learn…Continue