“Wha one blinde leadeth another, they fall both i ye diche.” Matthew 15:14 Miles Coverdale Bible (1535)
How do I learn? Through the actions of my fellow humans who destabilize my view of the world: for from chaos comes instability comes experience comes learning. Continue reading “Learning”
In this way, other people and sometimes just living in the material world, are ever-presenting new opportunities. But no-one can extend beyond their current situation without taking some risks. Continue reading “Risk”
Yet behind the successes of our engineers are scattered the remains of countless failed attempts at Precision, evidence of the seemingly intractable nature of chaos. In our desperation to attain the happy state of Precision, we seek out every ounce of Comfort that our feeble attempts at Precision can hold. Continue reading “The Comforts of Precision”
“If a man will begin with certainties, he shall end in doubts. But if he will be content to start with doubts, he shall end in certainties.” The Advancement of Learning Francis Bacon 1605
Or do I mean Controlled Uncertainty? Or is it more The Random? Continue reading “The Benefits of Imprecision”
This poem is part of a series I wrote while on a break on the Costa del Sol. The tapas bar in question was in Benalmadena Puerto but has now closed.
Continue reading “Tapas Goyescas”