Everything Changes

Everything Changes

Impermanence & Suffering Some five hundred years before Christ, the Greek philosopher Heraclitus noticed a strange paradox: ‘The world appears to be filled with things. Yet all these things change in time, even if we don’t perceive the change directly. Winds...
The Faceless See-er

The Faceless See-er

Awareness & the Nature of Self We all spend a lot of time thinking about ourselves. We think about whether we’re happy or sad, loved or hated. We think about what we want and don’t want, where we’ve been and where we’d like to go. We worry...
The Essence of Aristotle’s Arrogance: The Failures of Ultimate Explanation

The Essence of Aristotle’s Arrogance: The Failures of Ultimate Explanation

The earliest Greek philosophers didn’t really ask ‘what is?’ questions. Rather than quibble over the meaning of words, they tried to solve specific problems by creating bold explanatory theories. And, if critical discussion revealed that an explanation drew untenable...
Space of Possibility

Space of Possibility

The Space of Possibility contains every friend and loved one, every beast and critter, every gizmo and gadget, every feeling of love and compassion, every child’s laughter and newborn baby’s cry, every taste of coffee and smell of freshly baked bread, every thought...