Monthly Archives: May 2012

Is It Possible To Fit Everything You Would Like To Into A Day? No…

Is it possible to fit everything you would like to into a day? No? Is it possible to fit everything you would like to into a week? No? …A year? No? …A decade? Maybe? …A lifetime? Definitely! So don’t panic! Don’t stress! It will all happen, and the longer you spend making sure you do it [...]

Every job has equal value if full application and the same time is applied to it. Should intellectual dexterity be rewarded above physical exertion? Well NO!

Every job has equal value if full application and the same time is applied to it. Should intellectual dexterity be rewarded above physical exertion? Well NO! So why is it? Because those with superior brain power are able to acquire a luxurious lifestyle by creating or working in a system that creates or deals in a product [...]

Why Is Anything Important?…Continued…

  The Greek word Apatheia, describes perfectly the “base level” of no importance applied to a situation, seen in a positive light, this place allows you to consciously choose the level of Importance or emotional power you then grant that situation. Further to my original article, enjoy Wikipedia’s exploration of the word. It seems I [...]

If everyday is sunny, how refreshing the rain, a billion drops of opaque opel blue, tinged with liquid lust, the land will drink again.

Why Is Anything Important?

Most of our life is spent doing things that we consider to be important to us,  it gives us our drive and motivation to consider what we do important. The thing is, almost all the time, the criteria for doing something important is preset in our mind or a call from our body, we often run on auto [...]

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Welcome to The Everyday Philosopher Blog. The place to read views, ideas and reaction to just about everything. With a large helping of common sense, an ultimately positive and comical penchant for a rant, a helping of undefined spirituality, a pinch of surrealism, a sometimes tongue in cheek, sometimes deadly serious ambition to share thoughts that have [...]