Wisdom is knowing I am nothing,
Love is knowing I am everything,
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The Monk, the Butcher & the Origins of Deep Counting

The Monk, the Butcher & the Origins of Deep Counting

Oct 23, 2018-- Our lives are based on what we count and how we count it. Somik Raha asks what would be different in our lives if we changed how we engage with counting. Raha takes us through stories of what is meritorious, which leads us into deep counting-- counting which facilitates meaningful experiences. He then brings us into the understanding of how making distinctions is an act of creation and is juxtaposed against perceiving ourselves as nothing. This is the transcendent loop of infinity and seen in the scientific dance of making finer distinctions within a community, which has revealed a picture of larger, more meaningful truth. This truth is shared through stories that lead us to reflect on what counts and helps us transcend division and touch the reality of integration. (2583 reads)


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