Can you use the Butterfly Effect to create a kinder world?

MIT meteorology professor, Edward Lorenz, in repeating a weather simulation rounded off the number of one of the variables. That difference was minuscule, only .000127. You'd think that something so little is no big deal. In reality, that tiny little change in what went into his program created a drastic change in the weather pattern his program simulated. Based on his work *, in 1969 Lorenz suggested that the flap of a butterfly's wings might ultimately cause a tornado. The idea came to be known as the “butterfly effect.” Put differently, small changes can have large consequences or (with reference to chaos theory) a minuscule localized change in a complex system can have large effects els

Start Your Day like a Roman Emperor

If I could invite just five historic figures to my dinner table, I would include the Roman Emperor/Philosopher, Marcus Aurelius. How fascinating it would be to hear him converse and argue his points with the other 4. Over 2000 years ago he kept a journal in which he laid out a 5 step #Mindfulness practice. Here's what #MarcusAurelius had to say about purposefully programming what you resonate with, about setting the tone for the day: "When you arise in the morning, think of what a precious privilege it is to be alive - to breathe, to think, to enjoy, to love."- Marcus Aurelius Meditations "What a precious privilege..." It's a statement filled with appreciation and even awe. When we approach

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