exploring life paradoxes and dilemmas. learning not to know.

The Man I Call Philosopher


While attending the Olympic Games, Leon, Prince of Phlius, asked Pythagoras how he would describe himself. Pythagoras replied, “I am a Philosopher”, but Leon had not heard the word before and asked him to explain. “Life, Prince Leon, may well be compared with these public games, for in the vast crowd assembled here some are Read More ->

Re-examining the Teacher-Student Relationship


In a book by Charles M. Johnston called “Necessary Wisdom” I found a paragraph I very much resonate with and which is very much in accord with what I’ve been finding in the interviews I’ve been conducting with teachers/gurus/masters etc. and their students/disciples: “In the past, we have viewed expert and ignorant in whatever sphere Read More ->

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