a poem:

sunrise, inspiration

pause here, contemplation

set an intention, make it real

touch the earth, how does it FEEL?

midday noon, take a REST

awaken now to be your best

touch the earth, how does it FEEL?

it bears the fruit that helps us heal

the sun has set, goodnight my friend

there’s * NO BEGINNING AND NO END*.

*I wrote this poem many years ago to match the movements of the sun salutation yoga movements.*

*My sleep last night deeply informed my insight today and delivered the following words of wisdom to my inbox:*

“It should be evident that the nature of problem solving, so much of which is rooted in unconscious thought, is holistic and beyond the blunt tools of written assessment.” **Junaid Mubeen**

“So the first step in solving a puzzle is to figure out what’s the basis for a puzzle. This basis (the universal puzzle) is not that hard to figure out.

It turns out…

Everything’s a puzzle, because, everything’s a circle: the pieces in a puzzle make up a whole. So what is the relationship between the piece and the whole? The puzzle and the whole? The puzzle as a whole? The circular relationship between the pieces (puzzle) and the whole.

An individual always shares a circle with a group, no matter what you call it. Swarm. Network. Market. The basis is a whole (in a circle with at least one other whole).

Within a circle, two pieces (complementarity) always make a whole (an identity). So the imaginary circle between (and around) any unit is the basis for a unit, and, therefore, the most basic number (conserving both technology and economics) is the whole (two-not-one). (50–50 everything.)

No one wants to hear this because circular reasoning is, perhaps, pre-maturely, still, taboo.

Correction.

Half will want to hear this.

Half already understand: there are no problems to solve. It’s a matter of perspective (if you want or need problems to solve, then, for you, the problem-solver, there will have to be problems). Non-problem solvers are comfortable with problems. As is. Accept it.

The relative is absolute, and the constant is a variable.

No coincidence. (Like any background-foreground relationship, relationships in general, life articulates a circle). Likewise, the digits zero and one. Absolute zero and perpetual motion. Circumference and diameter (nothing more).

A circle as a (universal) whole. A (symbolic) circuit, cycle, switch (Y-N, T-F, M-F). The informational state. Everything changes because nothing changes.

So, thus a puzzle, that is not a puzzle, after all. It’s conservation of the circle that gives us all the whole. The universe. A universe. A unit — any scale.

The circular relationship between what’s ideal and what is real. The abstract and concrete. The informational state and the physical state.” **Ilexa Yardley, Author: The Circular Theory**

Love this. I might try to recite it while my class does Surya Namascar.

Bill

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