Dandan, Tokusen

Illustrating, again, the superiority of ids over Chinese characters:

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Sentence with Notes

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senses of “get”

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Sadhguru–of Mystics and Mistakes, p.80

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INVEST

I have made many new ideograms with the “resource” idea.

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THINKING OUTLOUD

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Sadhguru passage

I write ids with speed and ease–a kind of shorthand. Writing stuff out “longhand” takes a lot more time and space.

Sadhguru, Of Mystics and Mistakes
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July 2, 2020 Usual(ly) and Grow, plus detailed notes

I noticed I’ve been getting some views from India. Hey, India! I’d like to go over there and give some id presentations. If anyone will put me up, as in an old blanket to lie on in the corner on the floor, that would be nice. I could pay with id instruction or perhaps even money. Let me know.

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daily id practise, July 1, 2020

some blather and some transcription from a Sadhguru book.

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consume, sure, education

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improvements

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6-21-20

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synecdoche, etc., in ids

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A few cool ids

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OF COURSE

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HAPPEN again, HOW

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happen, difference, automatic

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GRAPHIC OPPOSITES

GRAPHIC OPPOSITES, IDEOGRAMS
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THE FIELD transcription

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Shelter From the Storm–Bob Dylan

I’m not actually a fan of Bob Dylan or these lyrics but I transcribed the following for a “student” who wrote it out in ids using an old version of my id resource book. It was a fun exercise–for me working with ids is always rewarding.

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