What is Technology? A series of attachments to people, and work product, attached to those who produce online? I’m in the middle of reading a book called Elastic by Leonard Mlodinow, who stated “to have original thoughts, you have to let the ideas flow first and worry about their quality (or appropriateness) later.” (page 183)  He then goes on to quote “Linus Pauling” a “two-time Nobel Laureate” who said that “the way to get to good ideas is to get lots of ideas and throw out the bad ones.” (page 183)  -Writing on Twitter has been a good learning experience, learning to have thoughts, and from those thoughts write a book. Whenever you choose a forum in which to write, make sure that those attachments do not cause you harm. That’s the learning lesson. Sometimes you work and put your heart into it, and sometimes you work, and your heart hurts, that’s just a product of getting into the work that lays before you. You can’t go too far back in time, to figure out where you are now, otherwise you’ll never arrive at your chosen destination, whether that be success, or simply, getting back to your old self focused, whether that’s a smaller world compared to where you are now, you learn to roll with the punches eventually, that is from sharing your thoughts online, deemed sensitive to the issues or insensitive to the issues -had I not been through recovery and back I would not seem so insensitive in talking about the subject, that’s because Ive already been through lost and back, addiction, and focus issues enough times to have faith, that’s not being insensitive that’s having faith, sometimes being short as to issues, is about helping others to focus on now, not dive into those meditation spaces that have resulted in illness for some. Those attachments to what is not well, whether that be ideas, or stories, is what I am talking about, one should have an ability to leave a situation just as they are able to leave thoughts about, or thoughts as to stories, happenings, or the states of mind of those who are not doing well. Lets not make my issues, the issues of others, and lets not cause unnecessary empathies and understandings toward those who self-harm and commit suicide, via their addictions, not all death (i.e. illness that causes suicide) is purposeful, sometimes by our own decision making we hurt, and upon being hurt punish ourselves, it takes an understanding of forgiveness, and letting things go, in order to move forward from illness, whether that’s illness experienced past, or presently, have someone be able to normalize our feelings, letting us know that its okay to think the way we are thinking its okay to feel the way we are feeling, so that we can stop feeling all together about what is causing us harm, and about what is causing us illness. Why its important to stay mentally fit, know yourself, love yourself, and be able to pick yourself up from where you left off, each day is a new day, the only potential lost, is a lost sense of faith in oneself. -With today’s technology, we are subject toward a going backwards on our lives, and because of going backwards others think that they have power over you, to control you, or cause you to think or make bad decisions going forwards as though you are the same person you were years ago as aggravated. You will always be attached to yourself, learn to rise above from technological cues, in life persuading you to think less of yourself, just like magazines encourage us to strive for an image of perfection, is sometimes all the motivation you need in life, to know that people are well, and that youre not alone, call that faith, believing that you too can achieve wellness and be among them again.
 and  Elastic by Leonard Mlodinow >>> https://www.amazon.com/Elastic-Unlocking-Brains-Ability-Embrace/dp/1101970162/ref=asc_df_1101970162/?tag=hyprod-20&linkCode=df0&hvadid=312243616995&hvpos=1o1&hvnetw=g&hvrand=18250625955681484714&hvpone=&hvptwo=&hvqmt=&hvdev=c&hvdvcmdl=&hvlocint=&hvlocphy=9061089&hvtargid=pla-600026137566&psc=1
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