CR, Going through some jour­nal entries from a few months ago and found this from a Seneca quote: [The wise man] does not have to walk ner­vous­ly or cau­tious­ly, for he has such self con­fi­dence that he does not hes­i­tate to make a stand against for­tune and will nev­er give ground to her.  He has […]

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I found I love the Amer­i­can West, that there’s a whole hell of a lot of coun­try out there that is still pret­ty untouched, that there’s noth­ing like the warm rays of first light on a cold desert morn­ing, that free­dom is worth run­ning fast and loose for, and that the most impor­tant things for

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tough sense of humor/levity show gen­eros­i­ty con­scious of diction/vocabulary Jus­ti­fi­able self con­fi­dence and belief in self read for pro­fes­sion­al devel­op­ment Joy in their work care for oth­ers Respect for blue col­lar work and crafts­men Atten­tion to detail Integri­ty Self aware­ness of ability/capability Under­stands the place of phys­i­cal­i­ty Will­ing­ness to face facts List mak­ers Writ­ten goals Talk­ing to your­self Lack

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Patagonia and me

CR, Am read­ing “Let My Peo­ple Go Surf­ing” by Chouinard and these pas­sages stood out enough for me to adapt them to my own work, with inspi­ra­tion for a more con­crete per­son­al phi­los­o­phy. Cheers, NFH Phi­los­o­phy of Archi­tec­ture (from Let My Peo­ple Go Surf­ing, Y Chouinard 1. Don’t build a new build­ing unless it’s absolutely

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