Boat names Seward harbor:
- Pt. No point
- Steller Sunrise
- Gimme Shelter
- Emotional Rescue
- Outa Wac
- the world we perceive is a small slice of a vast, mostly invisible energy event.
- ordinary numbers and shapes represent eternal varieties, in a form made comprehensible to us.
- to ancient mathematical philosophers, the circle symbolized the number one.
- the Greek term for principles represented by the circle was “monad” from the root “menien,” to be stable and “monas,” oneness or unity.
- the ancient philosophers conceived that the monad breaths in the void and creates all subsequent numbers. (example: 111111111 x 111111111 = 12345678987654321)
- the ancients didn’t consider unity to be a number rather a parent of numbers.
- they noted that unity exists in all things yet remains unapparent… for example any number when multiplied or divided by unity remains itself.
- we might say that “One” waits quietly within each form, without stirring, motionless, never mingling, yet supporting all.
Principles of a Circle:
- Equal expansion – a circle is formed from a single point, equally expanding in all directions.
- Cycles – circles give way to cycles which nurture and protects.
- Efficient space – the circle accommodates all shapes within itself.