Elementor #9731

I want to make sure elementor is going to work here.

Blog
Soulcruzer

Transhumanism: a brief history

If you’re seeking an introduction to transhumanism, I found this book to be a good one. Transhumanism, which promotes the enhancement of the human condition through cutting-edge technologies, pushes the boundaries of our conventional understanding of humanity. This book explores the philosophical, ethical, and scientific facets of the transhumanist movement, and provides a good overview of its possible advantages and dangers. I gained some new insights into how forthcoming innovations could potentially reshape our definition of what it means to be human.

Read More »
Posts
Soulcruzer

Embracing intentional learning

I’ve become a huge fan of intentional learning. What is it? Well, it’s not about filling a void; it’s about forging a path. We’re bombarded with a ton of information every day, making it easy to get lost in the noise. We scroll, we skim, and we consume content on a daily basis without truly absorbing it. But what intentional learning does is encourage you to make conscious choices about the knowledge you seek and to ensure that knowledge is aligned with your goals and values. Intentional learning is about asking yourself questions, like: ✅ What skills do I need to

Read More »

Reflections after my trail run

After my trail run this morning I captured a few thoughts on my current fitness focus. This is also Day 8 of the audiobloggers challenge known as #audiomo Listen: Note: I was trying to post this straight to Mastodon but they have a file size limit as does WordPress. So I uploaded the file to Dropbox to run the URL from there.

Read More »
Audio
Soulcruzer

Relevance in the Age of Specialisation

#audiomo Day7: Relevance in the Age of Specialisation As a generalist in a specialist’s world, can I be truly heard? Is the age of the generalist a thing of the past in a world that seems to value ultra-specific niches? As generalists, can we even stay relevant, or are we all just doomed to be “jacks (and jills)-of-all-trades, masters of none” and ultimately ignored? 

Read More »
Posts
Soulcruzer

Kerouac’s ghost

Introspection bleeds, a slow leak from a fractured mind. Gotta silence the conscious critic, that nagging voice, before it strangles the flow. It craves control, wants to play gatekeeper to this impulsive writing. But I hear a defiance, a rumble from the depths. “Teenage Anarchist” echoes in my head, a soundtrack to this restless spirit. Remember that fire, that burning need to change the world? It flickered, then dimmed, choked by the machine. I thought I could be a wrench in the gears, but the machine grinds you down, spits you out a cog in its relentless churn. But there’s

Read More »
Posts
Soulcruzer

Jack Kerouac’s 30 Rules for Writing

time to invoke Jack Kerouac as my spirit guide, and here are some rules he laid down in support of his philosophy of writing, which he dubbed spontaneous prose: personal truth, spontaneity, and a deep connection with my own experiences and perceptions, this is what i am after.

Read More »