Lately my mind have had a lot of new obstacles and personal matters to deal with, and it kinda knocked me off this blog-wagon, for a while.
I’m not quite sure yet of how much you will see from me on this blog in the near future. As I want to give myself the time i need, to sort out my internal problems, and get a little bit more structured again. So that I can be more efficient, and oriented when writing/thinking.
BUT, I won’t let this site die, this is just something temporarily that popped up, that I feel is of importance to deal with, for my well being!
Who knows, I might write about em in the oncoming days.
But my mind is very little structured at the moment, or at least that’s how i feel ATM, and I don’t feel I’ve a matter I want/are able to share my ideas on today, so I’m just going share this little outtake from the book NeuroSemantic by Micheal L. Hall which I am currently reading.
The Human Adventure
“Nothing means anything on its own. Meaning comes not from seeing or even observation alone, for there is no ‘alone’ in this sort. Neither is meaning lying around in nature waiting to be scooped up by the senses; rather it is constructed. ‘Constructed’ in this context means produced in acts of interpretation.” Humberto R. Maturana “What an organism does is organize, and what a human organism organizes is meaning. It is not that a person makes meaning as much as that the activity of being a person is the activity of meaning-making. There is thus no feeling, no experience, no thought, no perception, independent of a meaning-making context in which it becomes a feeling, an experience, a thought, a perception, because we are the meaning-making context.”