Reverse Engineering

REVERSE ENGINEERING

Think in paradox
As the Tao Te Ching would say
Do less … Achieve more

About Ben Naga

The Spirit that graces me with its passing has no name and stems not from thoughts and words, though it gathers them up as it flows, but from feeling.

Posted on May 13, 2018, in Poetry, Senryu and tagged , , . Bookmark the permalink. 7 Comments.

  1. There may be some truth to this but like all aphorisms, of course, a contrary one can be equally applicable. After all, if you are on your own and you want a cup of tea, the best option is to make one.

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    • Man shall not live by tea alone

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      • “Misunderstanding as a fact of language.

        With all these, by now I figure you are getting the point, language, as in words have a meaning, and it’s variable as to the frame of mind of a particular individual, in relations, to those words, that may hold different values to the other person in an argument.
        Rather than blame it on the other person, blame it on the nature of Language!
        And on our own frame of reference, in order to organize concepts, and meaning, that by force of a particular frame (our own) will be necessarily different to other people frames, therefore a matter of disagreement, before I used to get frustrated, when someone stubbornly stick to his frame, now day realize my own stubbornness to try to stick to mine!
        Recently when I pointed to a fellow blogger, it was useless, to elucidate the issue a mile long of responses, in the post, where arguing with words and concepts, since the topic is basically inexhaustible, and in my opinion useless to take one approach, or another one, and why wiser individuals, rather remain silent, or call it a Mystery.”

        https://konekrusoskronos.wordpress.com/2018/03/30/semantics-what-it-all-means-and-other-ways-of-knowing/

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  2. Sometimes less is more…

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  3. Yes, less sometimes is best. 🙂

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