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Finite State Machines and Games

Dear reader,

after the experiments with Bayesian inference and pure coordination, I decided to investigate the possible intersections between Finite State Machines and Meta-Games for Free Musical Improvisation. 402 more words

Changing Form While Moving Furniture

Changing Forms While Moving Furniture

Shifting
perspective

The tables
are turned

Feng Shui
living space

Incense
burn

Rearranging
priorities

Before
Fall soirées

Opening windows
lights on shadow… 106 more words

Poetry

The whole civilisation of to-day, even into the sphere of the most spiritual life, is founded on the egoism of humanity

The whole civilisation of to-day, even into the sphere of the most spiritual life, is founded on the egoism of humanity. In the first place, consider with an open mind that domain of spiritual life which receives men’s reverence to-day — the domain of religion. 222 more words

Anthroposophy

"This Frail Existence"

I’ve been blessed to sit with each parent while they were preparing to leave this earth. As hard as these experiences are, I consider them sacred. 422 more words

Devotionals

Why Does Your Soul Seek Experiences To Grow?

Saul, in the last post, you said we would have a look at the reasons why souls seek out experiences to grow while their on the earthly plane. 779 more words

Spiritual Subject

Phases of the moon

Once I was a new moon, unseen, hidden in the dark universe of my mother’s womb. As she fed on the sun, swallowing sunlight silently gathered by plants, I grew into a small sliver of a crescent moon – a mere curl of the girl I would be. 300 more words

Writing

Death of a Literary Legend: RIP to Sir Terry Pratchett

Very sad news arrived in the fantasy/sci-fi community yesterday: Sir Terry Pratchett, prolific fantasy/sci-fi writer, has passed away after an eight-year battle with Alzheimer’s. He wrote over 70 novels, many of which are considered modern classics.  176 more words