(Art Expo)², Brinner and b³O

Art-saturated Saturday! I just woke up, practiced yoga, drank a green tea, suited up and left home in the car with my mother. @ Överby gård First we went to retrieve her paintings from the Art Centre Överby Gård where she had participated in the previous exhibition. Överby GårdAnother artist explains her art to my … Continue reading (Art Expo)², Brinner and b³O

Meditative Editing • Applying for Social Aid • Technology Testing: from Magellan through Brinner & Fair Phones to Gutenberg • Wordly Words

Video Editing as Meditation This morning I woke up around 9, even though I had intended to wake up at 4! No official meditation or yoga, but I managed what I really had looked forward to; rendering the latest episode in my vegan and nonviolent Minecraft Survival series. And I got into a good flow … Continue reading Meditative Editing • Applying for Social Aid • Technology Testing: from Magellan through Brinner & Fair Phones to Gutenberg • Wordly Words

Digital Expansion: Food, Pumpkin-House, Poetry and Visions of a Better Future

This day I planned using a compressed version of this cool schedule/script I am working on called JSuSCH²R (name is just a coincidence, not deliberate AT ALL!!)  🤣 Even so, I am sure Jesus gives his blessings. Since I started at 11 A.M instead of at 7, all hours got compressed to 45 minutes. In … Continue reading Digital Expansion: Food, Pumpkin-House, Poetry and Visions of a Better Future

Let’s Learn: How to Create Memorable Secure Passwords That Look Like Art!

We are often asked to use special characters. But this doesn't help us remember them! A neat solution to this dilemma is to replace letters with symbols having a visual similarity, and you will feel and recognize the proper word in the password when its written. Some simple letters to replace S with $, O … Continue reading Let’s Learn: How to Create Memorable Secure Passwords That Look Like Art!

Rant about Proteins and What I Did for 24 Hours Without Eating!

Finally some food! Fried mushrooms, boiled Jerusalem artichokes (mmm!! 😍 love them, peel and all) and broccoli, turkish olives, sugar peas, tomatoes and lettuce, french bread. I feel this dinner was well deserve; since I woke up I have Meditated Ordered my paper notes Published a blog post (not this one) Cleaned up my poetry … Continue reading Rant about Proteins and What I Did for 24 Hours Without Eating!

Walk in Vallentuna

Two days ago I took a walk with my father in autumn colored Vallentuna. The weather was chilly and cloudy weather and the air clean and refreshing! First we got an errand dealt with; inscribing me in the Swedish social security, which has its office next to the town square Then we visited the local … Continue reading Walk in Vallentuna

Back on track

After taking my parents advice to return into the Swedish social security system, we took an energizing walk around the beautiful mix of residences and wilderness in Vallentuna. Here we are at rune stones telling the history of ancestors in the age of the Vikings, a millennia ago. Full pictures of the stones to learn … Continue reading Back on track

Consequences of the carnist choice

A vegan were troubled by the following conundrum: "Whenever I try to explain that humans aren't really meant to eat meat or dairy products, they always say that can't be right cause they are on the food pyramid. How do I respond to this?? Even I start second guessing myself when they say that." First, … Continue reading Consequences of the carnist choice