Simon Sarris

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πŸ“― In June I have started a newsletter. It shall be a stromata of anecdotes, fables, tales, advice if you ask for it, photography, questions, sentiment, and ways to get lost in the forest. Some of it will be private. Some will be legible. Not too legible I hope.

In Praise of the Gods: What the Rationalistic World Forgot (Jul 20 2020), the stupor of rationality β€’ stories, building intuition β€’ alchemy, building process β€’ religion, building wonder β€” I explain my distaste for rationalism, how to build your intuition, why I call myself an alchemist, and how I think about religion.

The Proud Fox (Jul 7 2020, on the newsletter), Another tale

Photography Workflow (Jul 5 2020, on the newsletter), Where I detail how I edit photos, and recommendations for new photographers

On the Usefulness of Photography (Jun 30 2020, on the newsletter), Photography is a magical art and an underrated tool: Combined with modern photo storage it is the biggest boost to memory since the invention of writing. I have for you here some notes on it’s usefulness and the art.

The Young Servant (Jun 23 2020, on the newsletter) A short tale

Nature (Jun 10 2020, on the newsletter)

Incense (Jun 10 2020), A story, originally published as the start of my newsletter.

In May 2020 I have been updating my list of high quality art resources.

Designing a New Old Home: Part 2 (Apr 3 2020, on Medium)

Questions for States (Jan 27 2020)

Goals for 2020 (Jan 26 2020)

Designing a New Old Home: Part 1 (Jan 16 2019, on Medium)

The start of a series on designing and building our home, with advice and considerations for designing your own.

Work on these (other) things (Jan 9 2020)

Are We Still Thinking? (Dec 17 2019, on Medium)

We lived in a state of dialogue for millennia, almost all knowledge was two-way communication. Even with books, every person talked to more people, sometimes in a single day, than they had ever read. Then between the printing press and radio we switched to one-way communication as the norm, and now it's the opposite. The consequences of this are not fully appreciated.


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