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No simple form conducts its lowing steer

Simple are sublime forms. I feel an affinity with those specific sensations.  Like Shinto, Zen of Japan, it all seemed to be secrets beyond comprehension. Those simple forms are continuously searching for its own origins. That is very attractive. I have been trying to think about the simple things. In my own theory so far, it is important if you take yourself to something great more accessible than you awaken results from the outside, without limiting the image. I still have been ongoing about 'how to be simple' that like Zen seeks enlightenment on a higher plane, they cannot stop. I reckon that the world can be seen as a subjective entity constantly being actively formed by individual perceptions. It could also be objective. Those begin with selves, but that's only manifested by connecting with something beyond itself. And, at that point, the simplification could strongly connect things and interpret one's perception, that's easier than to be provided by iffy compl

Plato and Carrot

It's nice to think about what's in the fridge right now, what ingredients to buy next, what kind of new menu can be made, and what kind of taste I want to get. It is fun to morph the raw materials. And, it is inspiring creativity. I swear. I will prove right away.


Suppose, the energy changes and all the subsequent actions change, and eating mass-produced food could breed similar persons, and the results could be only thinking in a similar way. That is kind of horror. If the food industry only aims for profit matters not quality, reliability and service, it is also scary. That is a simple rule that you can cream off the takings if you can sell something cheaper at a higher price. I don't feel the virtue about that.


And, it is better to prepare good causes at first as environmental factors that affect people's emotions and perspectives if making something wonderful cooking depends on the ingredients not effort. Carrot dissolved in soup is eaten by humans, and β-carotene, which is a typical nutrient, changes to vitamin A when taken into the body and works to keep eyes and skin healthy.


It is always changing in this world, but nothing ever stays the same permanently. As Plato liked to put it. - ''Everything is becoming, nothing is''- . All things are impermanent (transitory/evanescent). A very Japanese concept is that nothing is permanent. This is mutable. There is a certain sensual creativity associated with this. In time and space, There is a certain realm which is accessible to our human sensory apparatus can apprehend. The other world is not accessible to our senses, it is out of time, out of space, out of body. We can see only glimpses, like the moon changing phase invariably, but it remains a timeless and unchanging truth. There is a place that is stable and unshakeable, as stable as the moon, where rabbits might live, where one might eat carrots. It is there, it exists, it is what constitutes underlying reality with the mind and is intelligible to the intellect, as once all were then "philosophy."


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