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https://loopvids.s3.amazonaws.com/Aug15APost.mp4 Many loops or cycles are self sustaining. Both on a massive, life on Earth scale, and as individuals. You're in a good mood, so you smile at the ladies. Since you're happy when you smile, they smile back. Thereby enhancing your good mood and keeping the cycle going. One theory is that all life on Earth is essentially one gigantic self enhancing, slowly growing organic entity. This can seem pretty metaphysical. All kinds of energy flowing back and forth and growing at the same time. There's an idea tha
https://loopvids.s3.amazonaws.com/Aug13APost.mp4 The human mind is incredibly powerful. In many, many more ways that we'll probably ever understand. One way is how our memory works. Sure, for things like taking tests and remember names, our memory kind of sucks. But consider that it wasn't really meant to be a simple input-output device. It was meant to be a motivating device. A learning device. You saw somebody doing something, and you wanted to copy them. So you kept them memory as a guide, as you tried to get the same outcome. Since we're fo
https://loopvids.s3.amazonaws.com/Jun18Post.mp4 Status is important. At the same time, we like to pretend it's not. It's a happy idea that people will see us for who we REALLY are beyond things like money and status, etc. We all have this deep belief that if people take the time to "get to know us," then they will TRULY appreciate and LIKE who we really are. But in a way, that's kind of selfish. Because every single human out there has a limited amount of time and attention. And they have to decide exactly HOW to use that limited time and attention. Supp