Sunday, June 10, 2012

Why Bifurcate?

Interacting is risk

This risk happens because of exchange of information, some of which might change views held when entering an interaction.

If you want to safeguard your thinking, try not to expose that thinking to other ideas;

if you have answers, and doubt that anything else might have answers necessary to your thinking or what you try to do, avoid interacting

where you will leave behind bits and pieces of your ways of doing, while picking up from what become a partner in interaction, bits and pieces of information that you can --will-- spread as you continue to bifurcate, each time temporarily connecting with something
, giving and receiving information,

perhaps changing what you think you know.

(connecting image)

1 comment:

  1. Is the little white man above, who looks like the Pillsbury Doughboy's brother, plugging in or unplugging? From my limited understanding of Fork Theory: both, &, it doesn't matter.