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What is 52musings?

  52Musings is my writing experiment that explores thematic interconnectedness between the various disciplines of creativity and the closely coupled themes of mindfulness, philosophy, gratitude, technology, science, music and art. Through this process, I am learning that I am thriving in the confluence of multiple disciplines, and discovering the mind-blowing through-lines between them all. By writing, […]

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#50 – Two Words … Twice

You are on a tropical beach with your toes curled in the sand. The sound of the palms brushing together in the breeze teases the coziness of rain without a drop in sight. The dance between the grains of sand and the motion of your feet discards any overactive thoughts or preoccupation. Leaning forward, you […]

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#49 – Old Guitars and Happy Accidents

Happy accidents want to be found, but they don’t like being sought out. These beautifully complicated anomalies appear when you least expect them.  They are fed by a genuine and general curiosity of all things, and they usually present themselves as a collision of interdisciplinary ideas resulting from uncluttered awareness and a conditioned-free perspective. Can […]

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#47 – The Circle from the Chain

I’ve been reading a fascinating book called Total Freedom – The Essential Krishnamurti, which is a collection of talks and writings from Jiddu Krishnamurti. He was a teacher not tied to a particular discipline, a thinker not aligned with one school of thought, but a man who wanted to urge others toward freedom through self-realization. The individual […]

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#43 – A Little More

I can’t begin to fathom a time where I couldn’t sit at a lunch counter, share a water fountain, or ride a bus with a friend. These were not unwritten rules, guidelines or suggestions, they were explicit regulations plastered across our towns and cities supported by the public servants of our local, state and federal […]

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