Muses kissed me

Lately, the Muses have kissed me quite often.  They have become more considerate and do it more often during the day.  I guess, it comes from me including more quiet moments, during which I am more receptive.

Rather than bothering you with the stories individually, this time I offer you several at one time.  You find them under the heading Latest Publications in the footer of my blog SMILE.

The latest is Where am I?  I am grateful that the inspiration happened while I was waking from my power nap.  It tells a way to find out where the centre of your world is… and it ended up as a poem.
Occam’s razor is about a scientific way used to find out the best solution amongst several.  A method I found quite applicable when at a point of choice.
And now, What?  The eternal question about right and wrong and finding an answer outside where most look for one.
Ten Thousand Miles … I wrote almost 25 years ago.  It relates to a saying of Lao Tsu, which has become part of my life.
As I said, go to the blog and you find the links in the footer under the heading  Latest Publications
As always, enjoy

Amadeus W.
Ingeneer

23 October 2016

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Been Busy

For the last few weeks I have been very busy, with myself and my fountain pen blog Fountain Pen Magic.  Many visitors.

Now, I would like to tell you that I have published three little writings, namely:

Surrender for Peace

Where Creativity grows

and

Ten Thousand Miles

You find links to them at the footer of my blog SMILE under the heading Latest Publications.

as always, enjoy

 

Inspirations

Where do they come from?  Another topic to write about.

Now, I would like to invite you to browse through a collection of inspirations, which came to me during my life.  Often I was curious about what instigated them.  Their simple magic influenced me, guided my decisions and participated in creating my life.  They have stayed with me.  In the gathering fog of my memory they stand out like beacons, giving me calm, gentle joy and a sense of purpose of living.

Inspirations

Click on it and if the forces of the internet kindly cooperate, you will get there.

Enjoy

Amadeus W.
Light Vader

Like in a Laboratory

Research Ingeneer in the early 1970s

 

For many years, I have been working in forefront research as mechanical engineer, developing world first products. In the early seventies, I was member of a team, designing and building the world’s first mobile computer. A computer not confined to the space of a room or a building. Its CPU as big as a washing machine, that small!

In this paper I compare what is going on on our planet Earth with laboratory practices.  You may find yourself getting surprised about how close it is.  Curious?

Like in a Laboratory

Enjoy

Amadeus W.