Random Ntrygg to Nina’s Garden – site stats

How we understand things often depends on the context, the pretext, the subtext…

and especially the time line that we use as a frame of reference

where people and conversations go wrong is the gap between the understanding of the parties.

This is the first day – October 20, 2012 that I have been able to look at anything resembling office productivity tools software. Charts, graphics, statistics and trend analysis, mass data compilation towards comprehension devices and images.

I spent 13 years as a federal public service employee collating and analyzing data…

so actually illiterate and functionally illiterate because of trauma

does not mean I actually lost the ability to read and comprehend what was written – and to some degree spoken,

 

but I didn’t lose my ability to communicate to others. it’s just that no one was indicating that they were listening

so I just kept communicating until someone answered.

in many ways…

 

You know it’s Wrong – A Guide to Religion (via Occurrence of Opinion)

a fine example of calm-mongering

You know it's Wrong - A Guide to Religion I am a humanitarian and an atheist. The two sit nicely in each others hands. You can't really have one without the other, and I hope many fellow humanitarians and atheists feel the same, which they most surely do. And combined with my love of humans, I love being alive, and being able to enjoy this universe to the best of my human brains capacity. I love knowing the symphony that plays in orbits, and stellar nurseries and the gentle movement of w … Read More

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