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Different Generation, Different Meaning

Acknowledging the mismatch between B.F. Skinner's "environment", and the Environmental ecosystem that sustains all living life on this planet is a shift in paradigms and paradises.

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Different Generation, Different Meaning

If you're old, don't try to change yourself, change your environment.

- B. F. Skinner (1904-1990)

Dwell Well my Friend - Another planksip Möbius

Dwell Well my Friend - Another planksip Möbius

Different Generation, Different Meaning

Inspired by B. F. Skinner (1904-1990)'s quote, "If you're old, don't try to change yourself, change your environment.". The titled responsion is

Acknowledging the mismatch between B.F. Skinner's "environment", and the Environmental ecosystem that sustains all living life on this planet is a shift in paradigms and paradises. No longer is nature part of the debate, we must nurture nature to the full extent of sustainability and living a life worth living.

The Well Spring Manifest in Many Formes

Wherever your inspirations lies makes sure you tell the truth! This truism of sorts contains the mustard seed of untruth next to the desired outcomes all great writers must face, ultimately that is the self. For me, is the watch word to something Platonic. How about you?

Dwelling as a Verb

Dwelling shouldn't be a container or a home, dwelling should be a verb, a lifestyle and a relationship with the planet. Together we will sustain and thrive.

Spoken like a Sage

Holding that mirror up to ourselves, as a collective, we can imaging a hegemony (dominant culture or God) as The Malignant Deceiver, conceived by humanity. To dwell well in a state of Eudaimonic homeostasis, we must face our fears and change our ideal of the ideal then make the necessary changes. What is your ideal and how do you see we can get there?


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