Trevor Andersen yes, that is definitely an aspect of it and I love your summary and relating it to yourself. and yet, such as the difficulty of terseness: there’s a limit to how much can be expressed in a short space. Ive known for a long time that im likely on the spectrum, have adhd – narrowing down to how its espressed in a modular cognitive view of mental function is certainly a part of it. but.. there’s a lot of “thats it!”s in my eureka factory. Here’s 2013 me : I was about to mow the lawn and I decided to ask myself, can I give some decent rules of life using lawnmowing as an metaphor? Vine was a video sharing service like TikTok – it was only six seconds long and it was new nobody knew what to use it for so I decided to use it for rules of life at first. this project took as long as it took to mow the lawn plus the little times it took to make the videos. was my goal to teach myself the rules of life? it was to teach myself and others using whatever means were at my disposal following whatever my interest was at the moment. my naked transparent enthusiasm is (often?) the message. i’m excited about what I’m excited at and I want other people to get excited about what excites them and follow their pursuits. it’s my service. Our life on this planet is so short. an often utilized life approach is “closures”. (this WAS happening, NOW it’s time to close and open up something new and make a change). what if moment to moment there were continuous openings and closures and reopenings? opportunities rising and falling, moments to grab and lose, or win and pursue and drop off and leave behind and continuing. all happening at once for different people from different perspectives with different amounts of ability to comprehend yet it’s the people in front of me that are the most important at that moment from which star does one hitch a dream? https://youtu.be/TFAxduWgAIk 

yes, that is definitely an aspect of it and I love your summary and relating it to yourself.

and yet, such as the difficulty of terseness: there’s a limit to how much can be expressed in a short space.

Ive known for a long time that im likely on the spectrum, have adhd – narrowing down to how its espressed in a modular cognitive view of mental function is certainly a part of it.

but.. there’s a lot of “thats it!”s in my eureka factory.

Here’s 2013 me : I was about to mow the lawn and I decided to ask myself, can I give some decent rules of life using lawnmowing as an metaphor?

Vine was a video sharing service like TikTok – it was only six seconds long and it was new

nobody knew what to use it for so I decided to use it for rules of life at first.

this project took as long as it took to mow the lawn plus the little times it took to make the videos.

was my goal to teach myself the rules of life? it was to teach myself and others using whatever means were at my disposal following whatever my interest was at the moment.

my naked transparent enthusiasm is (often?) the message. i’m excited about what I’m excited at and I want other people to get excited about what excites them and follow their pursuits. it’s my service. Our life on this planet is so short.

an often utilized life approach is “closures”. (this WAS happening, NOW it’s time to close and open up something new and make a change).

what if moment to moment there were continuous openings and closures and reopenings?

opportunities rising and falling, moments to grab and lose, or win and pursue and drop off and leave behind and continuing.

all happening at once for different people from different perspectives with different amounts of ability to comprehend

yet it’s the people in front of me that are the most important at that moment

from which star does one hitch a dream?

https://youtu.be/TFAxduWgAIk

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