@vattuvarg Argh yes, so simple. Been trying to work out how to do something like that for a while, but got stuck on thinking about clock mechanisms ;) This is more like those line-following robots...

@vattuvarg Actually, yes, the fractal thing is how I see it too. Yin/yang within yin/yang, and on up and down. It's more the order of King Wen that I'm less familiar with, I guess. But the relationships between the 6 lines has been really useful over the years...

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@vattuvarg Excellent! I did give up trying to discern a general order to the sequence, and I have various questions floating around about its structure, but I am also happy just divining from it. What sort of studying do you do? I would be interesting in returning to a more in-depth look at it.

@vattuvarg I have! I use it a lot, usually when I get stuck in life. It's helped me immensely and I am slightly scared by it =) You?

I also want to factor in more time to clear things out. I'm really bad at this - overgrowing garden, various old tech and bits of paper and all that. Like I need to specify blocks of time for it.

Little life tweaks I'm trying out:

- Actively 'Logging out' of social media by posting I'm away, and changing to a desaturated profile image.
- Using "Send Reduced" Android app to post smaller versions of photos. Nobody needs more than 2000px wide, and saves transfer/storage energy.

Any more ideas?

@albamus @JohanEmpa Are you referring to specific texts/authors/fields? I certainly found Foucault hard going, but invaluable. Not sure if that's because of the style, or the ideas though. Probably both.

@openrisk Thanks - strange times indeed, and probably more strangeness to come, but less strange than the one we were accustomed to :)

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