2 needs & a cure

[from a qr mechanism]


in seeking global systemic change.. perhaps we get to the root, a problem deep enough that 7 billion people would resonate with. today. [almaas holes law]

gabor mate quote

maté trump law

maté basic needs law

gabor on addiction/trauma/needs

maté basic needs 2018

Gabor adds that natural attachment is generally cut off when we send our kids to school at 5. we, in essence, tell them to find attachment within their peers. then when they are teens we question why they listen to peers more than us. he says that misplaced attachment, is the main thing we seek after the rest of our lives. most often – selling out our own authenticity, who we really are, in order to find someone who will like/bond with us.

stilly holding a & a

authenticity & attachment

missing/desired piece #1

missing/desired piece #2

opposite of addiction hari

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altucher quote

via James

Then suddenly I stopped being lonely. It was too difficult for me to keep being lonely. So I started being curious.

When other people became interesting to me, the world unraveled like a ball of string attached to a soaring kite.

In order to ask questions I had to stop caring what people thought of me. The mask fell away and it didn’t even look like me.

This took practice.

The more curious I got, the less lonely I was. The more “question marks” I sincerely asked, the more everything became a party.

curiosity connects/finds us..



cure for curiosity

imagine if authenticity and attachment are indeed two needs that 7 billion people resonate with today.

and so ..we give curiosity a go. as our drug. our lifeline.. to seeing (ourselves and others) more clearly. to wake us all up. might not that be enough…


shortin the city. as the day. a people experiment..

as it could be – imagine if we


a qr film : modeling a nother way


i can never be mlk


brown belonging lawthe opposite of belonging.. is fitting in.. true belonging doesn’t require you to change who you are.. it requires you to be who you are.. and that’s vulnerable.. –Brené Brown