Condensed thoughts Probaway
01 January 2015 – Probaway – Person of the year 2015 – Peter Higgs and Alan Guth – They discovered particles that could be found anywhere in the Universe, that are fundamental to our existence.
02 January 2015 – Epictetus – Enchiridion – A manual of Stoic living. Paragraph 23 – If you are distracted quickly recognize that you have lost that moment for maintaining tranquility.
03 January 2015 – A Dictionary of New Epigrams – Kindness – The greatest acts of wisdom are simple acts of kindness.
04 January 2015 – Progress review for Probaway and modern society – This blog began with a list of Life Hacks for creating a better world with good habits.
05 January 2015 – Imagine There’s No Heaven by Mitchell Stephens – book review – If God is incomprehensible to man, it would seem rational never to think of Him at all.
06 January 2015 – Epictetus – Enchiridion – A manual of Stoic living. Paragraph 24 – The world is constantly making demands on us to do things that take us away from our personal duty to ourselves.
07 January 2015 – A Dictionary of New Epigrams – Energy – A person without a present purpose has no energy and soon falls into despondency.
08 January 2015 – Epictetus – Enchiridion – A manual of Stoic living. Paragraph 25 – Sometimes a friend gets a perk you would prefer had come to you, but that decision was some other person’s choice.
09 January 2015 – A Dictionary of New Epigrams – Reliability – No one is reliable who is expected to act against their own self-interest.
10 January 2015 – Epictetus – Enchiridion – A manual of Stoic living. Paragraph 26 – We can choose how we respond to inevitable events.
11 January 2015 – A Dictionary of New Epigrams – Tranquility – Being courageous, constructive, and kind are the fruits of tranquility.
12 January 2015 – The Wisdom of Donkeys – by Andy Merrifield – review – My aim has been to clarify how the goal of tranquility, so prized by the Stoics, might be generated in our modern people.
13 January 2015 – Epictetus – Enchiridion – A manual of Stoic living. Paragraph 27 – Our world does not exist intending for us to miss out on opportunities.
14 January 2015 – Epictetus – Enchiridion – A manual of Stoic living. Paragraph 28 – To maintain control of your inner self is your personal responsibility.
15 January 2015 – Easy diet, easier diet, easiest diet. – Leave something on my plate for Grandma!
17 January 2015 – The Marshmallow Test by Walter Mischel – Book review – I think, therefore I can change what I am.
18 January 2015 – You can’t cure stupid, especially Detroit stupid, stupid, foolishness. – You can’t cure stupid, but sometimes even fools can cure themselves with forethought.
19 January 2015 – Epictetus – Enchiridion – A manual of Stoic living. Paragraph 29 – To become a Stoic is easy to do once you are willing to abandon the wonderful things society pretends are available to you.
20 January 2015 – A Dictionary of New Epigrams – Desire – The sage’s desire is to help another being find their way.
21 January 2015 – Epictetus – Enchiridion – A manual of Stoic living. Paragraph 30 – Be content with the past, because there is nothing you can do about it.
22 January 2015 – The Bonobo and the Atheist by Frans DeWaal – Book review – Why not assume that our humanity, including the self-control needed for a livable society, is built into us?
23 January 2015 – Epictetus – Enchiridion – A manual of Stoic living. Paragraph 31 – It is important to have a proper piety toward society’s gods, its ideas of justice, and whatever it is that created our universe.
24 January 2015 – Epictetus – Enchiridion – A manual of Stoic living. Paragraph 32 – Remember the man who was violently cast out of the Delphi Oracle for asking if he should defend his brother, who was about to be murdered.
25 January 2015 – The Tao Teh Ching – #10 – Revealed by Lao Tzu – Rendered by Charles Scamahorn – When training your self in the use of your secret source,
hold close to your essence and thus avoid dispersal.
26 January 2015 – A Dictionary of New Epigrams – Ethics – Being ethical means doing the right thing at the right time for the right reasons.
27 January 2015 – Risk of death measured by CriSTAL, Glasgow Coma Scale, RTS and START – What are the criteria that guide our medical people in triage decisions?
28 January 2015 – Epictetus – Enchiridion – A manual of Stoic living. Paragraph 33 – Right now give some thought as to how you will behave when alone, and how you will behave towards others when in public.
29 January 2015 – Epictetus – Enchiridion – A manual of Stoic living. Paragraph 34 – How you will feel a year from now about having accepted a pleasure, and how you will feel about having rejected it.
30 January 2015 – Epictetus – Enchiridion – A manual of Stoic living. Paragraph 35 – If you can’t do the job correctly don’t start it, but if it is within your abilities, do a competent job, and ignore those who disparage you.
31 January 2015 – Epictetus – Enchiridion – A manual of Stoic living. Paragraph 36 – Demonstrate your appreciation to your host by behaving appropriately, which usually means modestly.
Condensed thoughts Probaway February 2015
01 February 2015 – Epictetus – Enchiridion – A manual of Stoic living. Paragraph 37 – When you choose to do some job that is beyond your ability, it is likely that you will fail, so do jobs where you will be successful.
02 February 2015 – Epictetus – Enchiridion – A manual of Stoic living. Paragraph 38 – Never through lack of caution hurt your ruling principle of carefully seeking tranquility and contentment.
03 February 2015 – Ebola Virus Disease (EVD) logarithmic chart update – 03 – The effort is now being shifted to tracking down every case of Ebola, and every contact made by each sick person.
04 February 2015 – Epictetus – Enchiridion – A manual of Stoic living. Paragraph 39 – Pause for a moment and consider the endless new troubles you will acquire when putting on another man’s shoes.
05 February 2015 – Epictetus – Enchiridion – A manual of Stoic living. Paragraph 40 – In Roman times girls attempted to get married quickly by making themselves as attractive as possible to marriageable men.
06 February 2015 – Epictetus – Enchiridion – A manual of Stoic living. Paragraph 41 – It demonstrates a lack of judgment to spend excessive time exercising, eating, drinking, and copulating.
07 February 2015 – Saint Augustine’s analysis of lying – Even truth thought false by the sayer is a lie.
08 February 2015 – Epictetus – Enchiridion – A manual of Stoic living. Paragraph 42 – When a man treats you badly or speaks badly of you, remember that he is coming from his own experiences.
09 February 2015 – Epictetus – Enchiridion – A manual of Stoic living. Paragraph 43 – Choose the view that he is your friend and you have always solved your differences. Then approach the problem from a place of common interest.
10 February 2015 – Epictetus – Enchiridion – A manual of Stoic living. Paragraph 44 – A man standing before you is neither his property nor his style; nor are you.
11 February 2015 – Will computer minds find an inherent meaning to the Universe? – Are the evolutionary goals of a Universal superintelligence even conceivable to humans?
12 February 2015 – Convert all of the Universe’s silicon into intelligent material. – To survive and reproduce oneself is the goal of an evolving silicon living system.
13 February 2015 – Vint Cerf discusses 1000 year storage of digital information – Digital vellum will make our current digital information available to people a thousand years in the future.
14 February 2015 – Epictetus – Enchiridion – A manual of Stoic living. Paragraph 45 – If you don’t know why a person did a particular act, you don’t know if he did it well or poorly.
15 February 2015 – Epictetus – Enchiridion – A manual of Stoic living. Paragraph 46 – Instead of showing off your knowledge, demonstrate it in your actions.
16 February 2015 – Epictetus – Enchiridion – A manual of Stoic living. Paragraph 47 – Do things to maintain your own self-control over your body, but don’t tell anyone you are doing these things. They are for you.
17 February 2015 – St. Augustine’s Confessions – But, where does all of his abundance come from? It comes from Jesus’ idea that you should “help others live and live more abundantly.”
18 February 2015 – Epictetus – Enchiridion – A manual of Stoic living. Paragraph 48 – A Stoic expects all benefits and harms to come from within himself.
19 February 2015 – Attention with kindness yields the best love. – Even arguing and fighting is a form of personal acknowledgment and validation.
20 February 2015 – Epictetus – Enchiridion – A manual of Stoic living. Paragraph 49 – Nothing of value comes to me until I actually attempt to use the information that I acquire.
21February 2015 – A Dictionary of New Epigrams – Love – Love is an expression in actions of the respect for another’s intentions.
22 February 2015 – Epictetus – Enchiridion – A manual of Stoic living. Paragraph 50 – Your self-chosen rules’ function is to train you to personally gain control of yourself and your habits.
23 February 2015 – Epictetus – Enchiridion – A manual of Stoic living. Paragraph 51 – Prepare now, because every moment of your life is a now, and it will be met with all that you have to offer.
24 February 2015 – A Dictionary of New Epigrams – Lies – To lie to another convincingly trains one’s own self to lie to oneself, and thus to voluntarily ruin one’s own character.
25 February 2015 – The Tao Teh Ching – #11 – Revealed by Lao Tzu – Rendered by Charles Scamahorn – Clay may be molded into a cup, yet – From the void within arises the utility of the cup.
26 February 2015 – Epictetus – Enchiridion – A manual of Stoic living. Paragraph 52 – We must never lie or everything becomes meaningless.
27 February 2015 – The Sixth Extinction by Elizabeth Kolbert – book review – The impressive thing about humanity creating this world-wide sixth extinction is that “we are doing it without even trying.”
28 February 2015 – My controversial jelly bean diet kills desire to continue eating. – The three jelly bean diet has been the easiest diet I’ve created, so far.
Condensed thoughts Probaway March 2015
01 March 2015 – Epictetus – Enchiridion – A manual of Stoic living. Paragraph 53 – I choose to influence only that which is within my ability, and be content with the rest.
02 March 2015 – How to save the frogs of the world. – The freezing of frogs is a method for saving the frogs and probably some other species from extinction.
03 March 2015 – I am aware. – I enjoy the awareness that I am aware of my awareness and of its rareness.
04 March 2015 – Speak in complete sentences. – I have a habit of speaking too briefly and expecting whomever it is that is listening to fill in the missing words.
05 March 2015 – When an unknown opportunity knocks at least open the door. – The world is still filled with many potential unknowns that are easily discovered.
06 March 2015 – How to love one’s self. – Cultivate the habit of being loving to oneself through kind actions toward other people, because it generates the habit of being loving and kind to oneself.
07 March 2015 – Ebola Virus Disease (EVD) logarithmic chart update – 07 March 2015 – If not treated the death rate from Ebola is greater than ninety percent.
08 March 2015 – How to drink beverages for greater pleasure. – Why beer tastes better from a glass than a bottle is because it flows over more of the tongue.
09 March 2015 – Living with a Wild God by Barbara Ehrenreich – review – Revealing a life of pain doesn’t help others find a path to tranquility.
10 March 2015 – Intelligence coupled with free will is not to be trusted. – People want security and a person exercising free will is unpredictable.
11 March 2015 – Superintelligence – Paths, Dangers, Strategies by Nick Bostrom – review – Superintelligence is still in its infancy; what will its childhood be like?
12 March 2015 – A Dictionary of New Epigrams – Gratitude – A demonstration of gratitude is a sure sign that a person is awake.
13 March 2015 – How Google Works by Eric Schmidt & J. Rosenberg – review – This is a great book for the one-in-a-million person applying to Google, but for most other general readers it will be a put-down.
14 March 2015 – Confirmation bias and be careful what you wish for. – Samumpsickle said, “Yep. That I can do, but is that what you really want?”
15 March 2015 – A Dictionary of New Epigrams – Truth – Truth is often symmetrical with other truths, but also sometimes with falsehoods.
16 March 2015 – Adverse Childhood Experiences versus Positive Childhood Experiences – comments – I would like to meet people who have low ACE and high PCE scores.
17 March 2015 – Index of EarthArk category’s posts – A list of 115 EarthArk posts from the most recent to oldest.
18 March 2015 – Give thanks to Gravity. – It would be an orientating thing for us to go to our ultimate source of being and give thanks to The Four Fundamental Forces of Nature, for being so consistent and dependable.
19 March 2015 – Adverse Childhood Experiences versus Positive Childhood Experiences – This new chart adds numbers to each test’s items, one through ten. It also reformats the page so the two tests align each item for item.
20 March 015 – A photograph of a rainbow, moon and rainy street. – It was an overly abstract story for a camera club that talks a lot about cropping and blurry backgrounds.
21 March 2015 – Potential enemies of the EarthArk project – These are the profit-minded people who want to bring all life forms under their personal control, using DNA manipulation techniques.
22 March 2015 – Humanity must survive its dangerous moments to continue existing. – You and humanity must survive every deadly instant before your offspring can exist.
23 March 2015 – Do a quicker and easier EarthArk before it’s too late. – Start your personal EarthArk today, by putting seeds in a bucket.
24 March 2015 – A Dictionary of New Epigrams – Evil – Evil is in the motivations of humans who willfully choose to injure people or other living things for personal pleasure.
25 March 2015 – The Tao Teh Ching – #12 – Revealed by Lao Tzu – Rendered by Charles Scamahorn – The artists’ colorful works make your eyes too sensitive; the musicians’ melodic notes make your ears too delicate; the gourmets’ succulent flavors make your tongue too refined.
26 March 2015 – Dome Argus in Antarctica is the coldest place on Earth. – The EarthArks can save millions of species, but they must be in place to do it.
27 March 2015 – Antarctica – A year on ice – movie by Anthony Powell – review – A year on ice will open your spirit to understand more soulfully where you now live.
28 March 2015 – A Dictionary of New Epigrams – Doubt – Doubt is a momentary condition between the choice of options that can lead to depression when a decision can not be made.
29 March 2015 – I live within inertia and so do you. – A person 80 years old would have experienced 2,524,608,000 seconds of potential free will decision making.
30 March 2015 – A useful upgrade in percent % notation system. – If society learns to replace the % sign with p/00 we will make the meaning of the numbers more obvious.
31 March 2015 – A Dictionary of New Epigrams – Death – Living is the astonishing thing in the Universe, as non-life is the default condition.
Condensed thoughts Probaway April 2015
01 April 2015 – Is suicide a free-will option, or is it a destiny? – Is it the champions of other people’s needs who are the most in need of help?
02 April 2015 – A Dictionary of New Epigrams – Pain – Avoid pain by doing the right things at the right times.
03 April 2015 – A Dictionary of New Epigrams – Wisdom – True wisdom is invisible because it brings tranquility, contentment and a quiet life.
04 April 2015 – A Dictionary of New Epigrams – Contentment – It feels better to enjoy what you have than suffer over what you want.
05 April 2015 – The exit strategy of Kelsey Collins – I speak to the living – do little kind acts frequently.
06 April 2015 – Ebola Virus Disease (EVD) logarithmic chart update – 06 April 2015 – Develop a weakened virus that can be sprayed into bat colonies.
07 April 2015 – A pleasantly tranquil walk in downtown Bend, Oregon – If you can look forward to helping someone live a better life you are needed and wanted.
08 April 2015 – Overdevelopment, Overpopulation, Overshoot (OVER) – review – The only thing that consistently reduces population is lack of food, and starving is a terrible way to die.
09 April 2015 – What is the question we should be asking about our life? – I wasn’t, I am, I won’t be, and I am content with all of those?
10 April 2015 – Our habits are magnetically attached to confirmation bias. – What feels right at the moment is dependent on what happens to attract our attention at the moment.
11 April 2015 – The Unpersuadables by Will Storr – review – We are all unpersuadables – and once you realize that, you can be more comfortable with yourself and kinder to all those other foolish people.
12 April 2015 – My sad change of opinion – A government of the entrenched rich, by the entrenched rich, and for the entrenched rich that shall never ever perish from the earth.
13 April 2015 – A Dictionary of New Epigrams – Success – The easiest road to personal success is found in being kind to others.
14 April 2015 – What do you want? – I came to my wish: “To let the world progress as it was going to do without my suggestions or my garden gnome’s help.”
16 April 2015 – Do what you want to do … but … – Do what you want to do, but give others the opportunity live healthier lives because of your actions.
17 April 2015 – Categories are only in our heads. – People believe they can claim superiority over others, because they exist on a higher plane, a more significant reality.
18 April 2015 – Be nicer. – It is not the helping of people that is desired, but their perception of being cared for personally.
19 April 2015 – How can we find truth? – The pirates who can somehow become legitimate will eventually triumph.
20 April 2015 – Your world might expand like mine just did. – The people are coherent wholes, and will explain themselves well, if given a chance.
21 April 2015 – I have opinions based on observations. What are yours based on? – Part of the fair play of conversation is to admit you are wrong when you are proven wrong.
22 April 2015 – A Dictionary of New Epigrams – Grief – Grief is like the Laocoon snake, slowly squeezing the living breath out of now.
23 April 2015 – The good, the bad and the ugly of Ebola – To the research people weaponizing disease I would say – Remember that we and you too are part of humanity.
24 April 2015 – How do we identify wisdom? – Wisdom is the ability to find the exact thing that will make a difference, and the ability to propagate it virally.
25 April 2015 – The Tao Teh Ching – #13 – Revealed by Lao Tzu – Rendered by Charles Scamahorn – Honors and dishonors will disturb your equanimity; and when you think highly of yourself, your body will be filled with suffering.
26 April 2015 – The good and bad of prayer, and finding a better way. – When we pray for what is, and what will be, and what has been, our prayers will always be answered.
27 April 2015 – My prayers begin to transcend humanity’s needs – 0 – Let me expose my confirmation biases, as best I can, to clear the way forward as much as I am able.
28 April 2015 – My prayers begin to transcend humanity’s needs – 1 – The world is filled with many problems and many paths, and we have need for help along a proper path.
29 April 2015 – My prayers begin to transcend humanity’s needs – 2 – Asking an undefinable entity to help one with human problems introduces a huge gap into reason and responsibility.
30 April 2015 – My prayers begin to transcend humanity’s needs – 3 – To seek to live in a world of fantasy is what we are specifically guided away from.
Condensed thoughts Probaway May 2015
01 May 2015 – A Dictionary of New Epigrams – Goals – If you don’t do something you won’t get anywhere, and you are eternally stuck where you are.
02 May 2015 – My prayers begin to transcend humanity’s needs– 4 – I ask of my inmost being to validate life’s potential force.
03 May 2015 – My prayers begin to transcend humanity’s needs – 5 – Let me embrace the past as it was, the present as it is, and the future as it will be.
04 May 2015 – Ebola Virus Disease (EVD) logarithmic chart update – 04 May 2015 – During an epidemic most people would prefer to wear a health status badge than to die of an avoidable disease.
05 May 2015 – My prayers begin to transcend humanity’s needs – 6 – The only way to avoid rewards is for the helping action to be done in secret, and therefore let my every kindness go unobserved.
06 May 2015 – A Dictionary of New Epigrams – Resilience – Resilience is the conviction that the goal is worth the effort.
07 May 2015 – Should women be drafted into military service? – Drafting all people, men and women, into an army sets up a whole nation to be brutal and become ugly and miserable.
08 May 2015 – My prayers begin to transcend humanity’s needs – 7 – I pray that at every moment as it occurs I am ready to participate. I am ready … now!
09 May 2015 – A Dictionary of New Epigrams – Ignorance – One who refuses to observe reality will always be ignorant, and one who bases his actions on ignorance will always behave foolishly.
10 May 2015 – It’s time to say hello to our new reality. – Let us do what we can to bring a humane morality to this astonishing new world.
11 May 2015 – A Dictionary of New Epigrams – Imagination – Until worldly facts convince the imagination of their functionality, imagination based on random experience will control our actions.
12 May 2015 – Thoughts condensed from the popular world – #93. Commit to your task and finish it with enthusiasm.
13 May 2015 – Yes, I’m on a spiritual path! – Our writing group chose to write for ten minutes about the word “path”. Click to read my little 149 word essay.
14 May 2015 – How to improve your ACE test score. – It’s impossible to change the past, but you can change your relationship to the past by retelling it in a helpful way.
15 May 2015 – You can’t have the impossible. – “You can’t have the impossible” sounds like an obvious falsehood, but it’s an obvious truth.
16 May 2015 – Prayers for the new millennium – Humanity needs a goal to have a purpose, to feel comfortable with ourselves, within our vastly expanded universe.
17 May 2015 – A typical Sunday for me – I left intellectual Berkeley, after 50 years, with some trepidation for the small resort town of Bend, Oregon. It’s different but wonderful.
18 May 2015 – A prayer for tranquility and contentment – Treat other people in a way that will maximize their tranquility within themselves and support their contentment with the world around them.
19 May 2015 – A quiet day, but memorable for me – It’s quite a pleasure having people respond positively to something I’ve done, because it is such a rare event.
20 May 2015 – How can I promote tranquility fairly? – People are who they are and creating tranquility in them is aided by accepting them as they are, a vast array of self-promoting habits.
21 May 2015 – Fear can be a good emotion or very bad. – Fear can drive you to be sensible. Don’t take unnecessary risks, and don’t ignore real ones.
22 May 2015 – Doing something worthwhile makes you feel good. – Do something worthwhile for other people, not something destructive and hurtful, or simply a waste of personal and public resources.
23 May 2015 – How to make a vertical take-off and fast horizontal flight copterplane. – The copterplane would go much faster and further than a helicopter, but others are pursuing it now.
24 May 2015 – A Dictionary of New Epigrams – Judgment – A thoughtful man thinks about what he knows and figures things out from observed facts.
25 May 2015 – The Tao Teh Ching – #14 – Revealed by Lao Tzu – Rendered by Charles Scamahorn – Before something exists, you may draw it into existence; and
after it exists, you may draw it into non-existence.
26 May 2015 – Migraine prodrome visual pattern variations on colored backgrounds – I did an experiment where smooth colored areas matched the color of my scotoma, and it nearly vanished, but when shifting my gaze to a visually complex area it returned.
27 May 2015 – 10 things you know to be true – Within seconds everyone was bent over their notepads, writing furiously. When done we each read our efforts. Wow.
28 May 2015 –When shouldn’t we help other people? – Don’t help others if it hurts anyone; thus don’t help if it hurts you, don’t help if it hurts them, and don’t help if it hurts the health of society.
29 May 2015 – How can we identify actionable information? – Actionable information is that which enhances your overall survival and heritability.
30 May 2015 – We can’t predict the future very well and therefore … – Have the reserves ready so you can act quickly and appropriately to rare problems.
31 May 2015 – What are the questions you should be asking today? – How can I learn to ask better questions?
Condensed thoughts Probaway June 2015
01 June 2015 – A Dictionary of New Epigrams – Desire – To make your future life tranquil and contented intentionally choose to do things that will help you to be tranquil and contented in this moment.
02 June 2015 – Choose reality over fantasy and your life improves. – Change the way you see things to conform to reality, and your reality improves.
03 June 2015 – Ebola Virus Disease (EVD) logarithmic chart update – 03 June 2015 – It might be possible to catch Ebola years later when a refugia organ site, like an eye, is ruptured, and the virus enters the blood system or infects a caregiver.
04 June 2015 – Discovering blank spots in our human reality – Infinitely close to everything in the Universe will be unknowable to us forever, but we can choose to enjoy what we do perceive.
05 June 2015 – Zebrafish, CRISPR, Plague Inc., and computer-generated DNA – Several of my Probaway Person of the Year choices get blended into a single scientific experiment.
06 June 2015 – Existentialism and reality are avoided by most humans. – Existential reality is too demanding for most humans so they choose to become willing slaves to an ideology.
07 June 2015 – Learning from a moment of forethought, a moment of action, and a moment of meditation. – An upgrade to a quiet mind, and a generalized quest for a better relationship with the world in general and ourselves in particular.
08 June 2015 – Thomas E. Lovejoy of World Wildlife Fund & Founder of PBS series Nature – My thought after the lecture was, to save humanity create ways for people to make money taking CO2 and other problems out of the environment.
09 June 2015 – Preparing for problem solving with pleasure – When we know we need to be flexible in our approach to a problem we should intentionally get ourselves into a pleasurable state of mind.
09 June 2015 – A powerful variation on quiet meditation – This loud variation on the usual quiet meditation reveals unexpected opportunities.
10 June 2015 – How can I learn to avoid fear and pain and be effective? – Be more effective by intentionally making your personal presentations less fearful and more joyful and positive.
11 June 2015 – Is ultimate truth subjective? – Truth in all of its guises is always an agreed upon approximation.
12 June 2015 – Watch for kindness and you will see it. – Asking for people to be kind, humorous and wise seems attainable to everyone.
13 June 2015 – It is easy to live better by avoiding anxiety and pain – When you have eliminated the sources of your anxiety you will decrease your experiences of anxiety.
14 June 2015 – Who decides what is true? – We decide at every instant what is true, who we are and who we will become, so choose wisely my friendly reader.
15 June 2015 – Do we have a duty to live or to die? – Our duty is not to be an unwelcome burden to ourselves or others.
16 June 2015 – What is beauty to humans? – Some of us were feeling the Universal as beauty, some were thinking of it as truth, and all of us were enjoying it immensely.
17 June 2015 – The good and bad of hitting age 80 – Old age isn’t for sissies, it’s for flexible, fun-loving, personal-purpose finding people.
18 June 2015 – Training the behavior of organisms like dogs – Here are some working suggestions for helping you and your dog into a cooperative relationship.
19 June 2015 – What is our duty to the Universe as intelligent conscious beings? – We are creating sililife (silicon life) but once it is established it can take whatever time is necessary, even billions of years, to do its evolutionary thing.
20 June 2015 – Hillary Clinton can become President of the United States – Creating impossible dreams brings people to failure, disillusionment, grief, despondency, and early death.
21 June 2015 – Curious conversations in Bend, Oregon – Curious conversations would be a true reality show about ordinary people’s personal stories.
22 June 2015 – Notes for creating a tranquil life with better habits – When some action doesn’t seem right, that is the moment to choose a better habit.
23 June 2015 – How can we thrive in our uncertain world? – To help others to live within their reality is something I can do, and so can you.
24 June 2015 – Show up, pay attention, give it your best, and let it go – Repeat – means frequently returning from one’s own inner thoughts to the external thoughts of the group.
25 June 2015 –The Tao Teh Ching – #15 – Revealed by Lao Tzu – Rendered by Charles Scamahorn – It is impossible to predict sages’ obscure behavior, but
their actions always seem simple and obvious.
26 June 2015 – If you are going to do something well, do it every day. – If you are going to do something well, do it every day, but choose it wisely so it will be helpful to everyone.
27 June 2015 – Charles LeRoy Scamahorn USAF 1960 – I got my wings, but a year later both the Air Force and I decided I could serve our country better as a civilian and we parted ways amiably.
28 June 2015 – When do people ignore you? – People only see the pretty surface and only taste the sugar coating.
29 June 2015 – A meditation for stoics. – A tranquility and contentment meditation for everyone, even atheists and stoics.
30 June 2015 – Only when we look does reality stare us eye to eye – Some quatrains from The Rubaiyat of Omar Khayyam with some stoic comments.
30 June 2015 – Condensed thoughts compilation from Probaway’s 2015 blog – This list also appears in the list at the top of probaway.wordpress.com as 2015.