I take an affordances POV. That is, I have capabilities. I have arms that extend in front of me. Hands at the end. Fingers even. Legs and feet that walk. One out of two eyes sort of works. One of two ears barely but kind of works. I have a mind that can process things. I have an intuition that I trust in the broad long view but know to be skeptical of when under duress and yet I also trust it moment to moment. My logic is driven by intuition and checked by intuition at every turn. It’s when I allow somebody else’s logic to take over mine that I lose my center. That’s why I don’t watch documentaries.

 I take an affordances POV. That is, I have capabilities. I have arms that extend in front of me. Hands at the end. Fingers even. Legs and feet that walk. One out of two eyes sort of works. One of two ears barely but kind of works.
I have a mind that can process things. I have an intuition that I trust in the broad long view but know to be skeptical of when under duress and yet I also trust it moment to moment. My logic is driven by intuition and checked by intuition at every turn.
It’s when I allow somebody else’s logic to take over mine that I lose my center. That’s why I don’t watch documentaries.
 I did it with index cards once. May 2013-Oct 2013 approx I wrote down every thought I had (mostly) on index cards. Ended up with thousands. Don’t know what to do with them all.
At some points I had 4 cards at once. It dwindled after 3 months to a trickle by the end but it was fun.
I did a lot of timing. I figured out my natural pace and timing. I think that was one of my happiest victories.
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