Paul Stamets puts into words the importance of understanding and coming to terms with the complexity of the life that surrounds us.
As I went to pick the shiny plant.
Ok, only one, and it didn’t pose for many portraits.
……Great career advice from Alan Watts.
“The only way to become a master of something is to really be with it. And then you’ll be able to get a good fee for whatever it is. Somebody is interested in everything and anything you can be interested in you’ll find others interested in it. It’s absolutely stupid to spend your time doing things you don’t like in order to spend to do things you don’t like.”
[Note: The original post embedded a different video with audio from the same lecture, but that video was removed by the user who uploaded it, so we’ve updated.]