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Short Post: Go Small or Go Home

We’ve talked before about what it means to live as a minimalist. Getting rid of possessions and pairing down can provide one with focus, an edge in savings, and an eco-friendly lifestyle. 332 more words

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The Car With Square Wheels

When the car starts up and drives down the highway of life, the uncomfortableness is not recognized immediately. The further down the highway the car travels, the faster it goes. 1,224 more words

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Curiosity Never Killed the Cat

After Monday’s short post, I wanted to take some time to write specifically on curiosity.

Curiosity is the lifeblood of the polymath, and often, I know that I forget to stay curious. 733 more words


I think I love my thoughts too much to reduce them to aphorisms – more precisely my thoughts rarely appear in such a condensed little package, usually taking the form of multiple interconnected streams that are better suited for long form or in some cases, non-verbal medium. 51 more words

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José Rizal, a Renaissance Man

So… yesterday was José Rizal’s birth anniversary, June 19. I knew, kinda. My friend at Pinoy Reads Pinoy Books (PRPB) even held a draw of this… 876 more words


Community Involvement and the Polymath

Lately I have been thinking a lot on the social responsibility of the polymath. What good does the polymath journey accomplish? Developing one’s self into a polymath takes dedication, focus, drive, and rampant curiosity and the rewards for that individual are without measure. 1,010 more words

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daily #18 - preaching to polymaths.

NB: I apologise in advance – this post doesn’t have explicit scriptural references, though I am convinced at the very least, that it is biblical unless mentioned otherwise (though, you may need to do some fishing around, which mind you, is never a bad thing). 1,048 more words