thorson curiosity law
I think curiosity is a big part of what leads to sovereignty. I personally prefer ‘eros‘ as a term for what I imagine you’re pointing to. In that sense sovereignty is an emergent property of our..
deep love affair with life.
from twitter convo.. words above by Daniel Thorson.. (find more of convo on here)
bits of convo:
@dthorson: I predict we will soon see the rise of emergent self-governing collectives organized around shared problems or purpose. To participate in these collectives will require a high degree of sovereignty.
To have individual sovereignty is to have a clear sense of your self, values, purpose, and your place in universe; To feel ”anchored”in your psyche deeply; to be in the world but not of; to be engaged in messy world with boundaries.
Original Tweet: https://twitter.com/drtime_/status/1115647345608118272
so.. what if with that/those definition\s.. curiosity is what creates/sustains sovereignty.. what if that’s why we’re missing it.. by not trusting/facilitating individual daily curiosity..
@dthorson: Ah! I think I’m getting you now. Yes, I think curiosity is a big part of what leads to sovereignty. I personally prefer ‘eros’ as a term for what I imagine you’re pointing to. In that sense sovereignty is an emergent property of our deep love affair with life.