Are you a Phil Connors or a Truman Burbank while taking RECHARGE?

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As below, so above. RECHARGE could generate existential hell or paradise, but either case, it only makes your experience of this one day (and of your own self) purer and more efficient while preserving the existence of the human vehicle responsible for generating your reality matrix.

Dada, Dodo or Didi? (or are we “Waiting for GoDead?”)

Ed Park, MD #TheatricalThursdays, dr ed park, slice of life 3 Comments

Our conversation reminded me of the Samuel Beckett’s absurdist play, “Waiting for Godot”. And in a strange bit of synchronicity, it helped me find a quote from one of my old webinars that I had forgotten. This author of this Shmoop.com article points out that my role in our Godot-like conversation was that of Vladimir, who like me, is obsessed with the Tree of Life:

Does scarcity precede our notion of “philanthropy”? (which is really Soteriology in a hooded mask)

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Philanthropy was classically defined as love for humanity, not alms for the poor.

“love of what it is to be human” is the essential nature and purpose of humanity, culture and civilization — was intrinsically philosophical, containing both metaphysics and ethics. The Greeks adopted the “love of humanity” as an educational ideal, whose goal was excellence (arete)—the fullest self-development, of body, mind, and spirit, which is the essence of liberal education.

What is a year in our telomeres? (part 3 of 3)

Ed Park, MD Biomarkers, personal genomics, TA-65, Telomerase Activation Medicine, Telomere erosion 8 Comments

I learned today that in 9 months, my January 2014 average leukocyte length decreased 500 base pairs but the Percentage of critically-shortened ones improved from 11.9% to 10.2%.