It occurs to me that much of the best thought occurs in the natural setting of conversation. From this I draw certain observations:
- The knife edge of philosophy is sharpened against the hard stone of praxis.
- Living should inform thinking.
- It is true that thinking should inform living, but it is also true that living should inform thinking.
- Also, it seems that one should set up a system to capture those rich thoughts that occur in the conversation of life.
There is technology, today, that enables us to harvest more of our thinking. We must take advantage of this opportunity. I wonder what we would now know, had we been able to harvest more of the thoughts of history’s great thinkers. In any event, I must work to set up a system to capture those moments.