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Hello there. Today we’re doing an update. A daily download very quick. And it will be discussing the part time job search, as well as the inextricable link between the individual and their environment, their community, their family.

Specifically, I remember, Dr Bowen, from the 1950s, who established a concept called the, the emotional family unit. And I think this applies not just to the family. But again, the community. The city. And even the country at large. So, it’s very hard to compartmentalize and isolate the individual from these larger ecosystems. And within this line of thinking. This is down line. You have the idea that we are all. We all have choices, but we don’t necessarily have.

Let me put it this way, that there are different levels of freewill. And the choices that some people have are much different than the choices that other have others have. And that is directly. A an outcome of the neighborhood that you come from the family that you’ve come from the city that you come from your circumstance will essentially convert into your production in society, in the long term. So everything is interrelated, everything is interconnected. And the trauma that we face as individuals, is inherently also the trauma that we face as a family. And because of it most families don’t actually have a closeness anymore. There is nothing that keeps them together. Structurally speaking.

So, we like to think of creative individual solutions as creative family solutions, which are also creative community solutions. Experiments development of the potential testable puzzle pieces that fit together. And there are many many different and new ideas that are churning in each and every one of our minds, every single day. It depends how much openness and that has to do with how much free time, that one person has, and also outside of their job, the free time that they give themselves to explore these ideas, because for many of us in our free time we just fill it up with different types of consumption.

For example, watching a movie or a television show, or even reading a book, you’re filling up your mind with other people’s ideas. Now that’s helpful in the long run because you’re increasing your intellectual and emotional awareness of the world, and the expansiveness of the human mind and the human experience. However, you’re not. For example, writing. So, so that’s just to give you a little bit of context and contrast between the difference, watching a television episode for an hour, versus watching a versus excuse me, writing your thoughts down for an hour or. or recording your thoughts for an hour, making music making films, making pottery, etc and so on.

So, this is the idea. And again the contrast between the juxtaposition between creating and consuming. And the growth that a person will have as a young person, but more specifically as an as an as a later adult. It’s important to continue continually open that door and explore your mind and go deeper and deeper into your own memories, which are your experiences, which your entire personality and character and life story is built on. So the telling of of one’s life story. In the example of writing for an hour, closing your eyes.

Thinking back, based on certain people, let’s say you can think about your mom or your dad or, or one of your siblings and think about a memory. That was 10 years 20 years earlier. And really, breathe in and breathe out that memory and then write down the details that you remember, and string it together on a timeline, so that it has a beginning, middle or end, an end or an act one act two Act Three, which every story can be qualified in, in that manner. The three different acts. And so there you have, again, there you have a scene. So now you’re writing down a scene. And that scene can be recited as a poem, it can be simply read out loud. As prose. It can be turned into a song very easily. And then it can be made into a short film, and if you have enough scenes, which are basically again memories and events string together, then you have a feature film, and if you have enough of those, you have a whole season. Have episodes that we can watch on the screen one day, these are the different levels.

Okay, the different levels of creation in terms of storytelling. And you can also do this storytelling now without getting a pen and writing it down you can actually pick up your phone go into your voice memos, which every single phone has these days in 2020. Shout out to all the people in the future, who are utilizing the, the experiential knowledge. Inside this time portal, this audio time portal, which I send to the future. Now we’re getting now we’re getting off track. But um, you know you can pick up your phone you can record your memories. And then you can also hit a button and transcribe that’s what we’re doing right now we’re just simply speaking into the phone, and we’re transcribing a thought. A down line of ideas, but you can also pick up the phone and call somebody, this is where it gets interesting. And given the right prompt and the right structure to the game of the phone call with the right boundaries and the right rules or tools and features to that game.

You can tell stories on a phone call and also record that phone call. So let’s say one phone call. I call up my buddy. And I tell stories for 30 minutes, I tell memories for 30 minutes, and then we hit transcribe and it’s written down. And we store it in a digital file somewhere maybe we print it up. Show it to anybody we feel like sharing it with. Maybe our family or our friends, or our or our creative collaborators. And then the very next call will will will switch and it will be totally equal in that way it’ll, it’ll be 30 minutes for our buddy to tell stories, and every single day we have stories to tell.

Every single day, there are multiple stories to tell. Even if there’s small little moments that happen, that are funny or confusing. It helps to unpack these and to use your voice to speak your your your your mind. In order to reach down into again levels of clarity and understanding and emotional awareness. Emotional awareness. Okay. So the most important thing. Let me backtrack all communication, all the words that you use. You’re simply you’re telling a story, every single time you speak to somebody and all communication is abstract, a conversation is an abstract piece of art, you’ve heard the art of conversation to be good at conversation or conversationalist all communication is storytelling. That was the whole reason we developed language, was to tell each other stories. And from a more objective point of view, we are exchanging information. Yes, that is true. But all information. Once you have enough all information all data is, if you want to use the technical technical term for it these days. And it’s a very big business data. Data is story.

So, just keep this in mind whenever you’re communicating with with anyone. Objectively speaking, you’re exchanging information. Subjects subjectively speaking, which is the emotional aspect, the abstract aspect. You are exchanging stories, every single day. So we’re all storytellers. That’s what the human being is okay, that whenever you open your mouth whenever you do any work at all any output at all. You are telling a story. Now again when you’re watching television, you’re experiencing a story. So you’re either experiencing it, which I called consumption earlier, or you are telling it. Okay. All right. So, with that in mind, it’s important for us to be unpacking these day to day stories. And once you reach a certain age, and you’ve had a certain experience let’s say you go for a year, okay and you live in a different country, just as a, that’s a big example, but it is just as an initial example. That is something where all your idea there’s going to be more ideas that you’re going to be, you’re going to be producing every day because you’re going to be experiencing culture shock and and all sorts of a new language maybe a new friends and maybe even second or third families that you’ll, you’ll experience and live with.

There’s a lot going on, and when the stimulus is higher, the input the data is higher, a higher amount of input. You can have a higher amount of output. Okay. So to reframe this all right. Whenever we speak to one another word telling stories, and the highest form of a story is the biggest story that there is which is the life story, and everyone has those, I don’t care, I really don’t care. I said, when you reach a certain age, but that’s not necessarily true. It is to a certain degree. If you follow me. As in the life story of someone who is 60 years old, is going to be much more granular and and philosophical. You could say you could argue, then the life story of someone who is 15 or 20 years old. Right, because there’s more data, there’s more moments and memories and experiences, and the reflections are have more depth. Okay, and then there’s more options to think through in terms of how you express your narrative. Okay, that’s for the individual again for the family for the community for the, the country but also for the groups, the other groups.

The companies out there any every and any company out there is every single day, expressing and developing their own narrative. And this is very important for any company to do now, and it has to do with being transparent and opening up the doors, so that your fans, your users, your customers can really make your story theirs. Because it’s not about products anymore, it’s about services and services are relationships. Okay that companies, and even companies have with their, like I said their fans and also families have with other families around them it’s all interconnected.

Okay, so the biggest story you can tell as an individual is your life story. And that’s where we’re going to end off today, the telling of your life story, specifically in this case by getting on the phone with with someone who is going to listen for 30 minutes while you talk about some memories that popped up or that you wrote down that you want to get on the record. And then after that happens and you hit the button and it transcribes into text. And you can store it in the file that’s a chapter or multiple chapters in the bigger book. Everyone has a book inside them. So the idea is like, right, everyone can write a book, everyone can write a book so by doing it over the phone and doing it this way, we can help each other, write our books and understand our own narrative and our own personality and our own characters in our lives, which is fascinating and curious and heart warming and opening etc and beyond.

So that’s what we’re focused on right now is doing is doing this, and helping people over the phone and eventually. Eventually you can do it day to day where you you transcribe the a specific story and you send it to your best friend, your mom, your dad your siblings. Your, your extended family you can send it to whoever you want immediately, that’s the really cool thing about this you can share it with your loved ones. immediately, and it deepens the relationship because there are more data points instead of watching so much, television and reading so many books of people you don’t know. Now you have more story from your loved ones. And so we’re, we’re not just exchanging information objectively between our loved ones anymore. We’re actually exchanging very rich, very thoughtful, very real experiences and stories from our loved ones our family members, which, which, if these store if you hear a new story from your parents. That is a story that you literally come from. That is a story that maybe in a small way, or maybe in a big way. unconscious, it could be conscious or it could be unconscious.

A lot of these things are hard because there’s so much data in the experience of a life. It’s hard to fully comprehend what influences who and how and when and all this stuff. But you come from those stories, your parents experience all these millions of stories and memories we’ll call them. And that created their personality and their behavioral patterns, which they passed down to you. And this is not something that is if you spend enough time with someone, they pass down they influence and pass down there, they hand down their, their, their ways of life, their ways of thinking, speaking, acting behaving treating each other. So, if you have more of their stories, than you know more about yourself. You have more self knowledge you have more self awareness self comfort. Self appreciation self imagination and all of this together, is what people is really what what people are trying to talk about when they talk about self love and self care, it’s about self understanding, and that is takes the balance between the physical understanding of yourself as a physical person, but also as a psychological, emotional, environmental effect.

You come from this world this world doesn’t come from you. Okay, you are simply in an outcome. It’s all cause and effect, and your parents are your makers, they’re literally your makers. They’re literally your cause. You are their effect, and this is a beautiful thing. And so we’re gonna we’re gonna end here because I think we, I think we explored everything we wanted to explore this is the daily download. And we’re talking about speaking your story speaking your life story, and then sharing it with your loved ones to deepen the, the interconnectedness the interdependent nature of the emotional family units. The emotional community unit, the emotional company unit, and the emotional control unit and the emotional planets unit. Okay, that’s how big it goes.

And so, I like that we were able to explore the macro as well as the micro today, because those perspectives. Those are, that’s the entire spectrum of perspectives that we want to explore each and every time we communicate with anyone there is a big picture. There is also a small picture, and there’s everything in between. and it’s all intellectual and it’s all emotional, so you kind of have to. You gotta, you gotta acknowledge both and admire both. Okay. So this is all this is for the kids. This is for the adults. This is for everyone in between. But there’s a lot of, there’s a lot of ups and downs and left’s and rights out there so we want to, you know, for our own self just unpack this stuff, and in the future we’ll be, well, we’re gonna get on the phones and listen to stories and help people to share those stories in a well rounded calm, relaxed, beautiful artistic creative way okay so that’s all we have for today. And we’ll talk to you very soon and we’ll give an update on the day today’s of what, when we actually launched certain projects, and join certain projects and work with certain companies and artists, and so on. Thank you very much for your time. There is no me. There’s only we and we are the world. However, if there’s an eye. Then there’s a you and I love you forever. Ciao for now.


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