Taken from A Fool’s Folly: Grow With the Flow and Become Wise PART I, Chapter 3: Sincerity Not Rumination Our lives are a subjective experience of an objective reality. Not the sort of fixed reality that is due to a benevolent Godlike being, but a reality that we’ve chosen ourselves either through culture or conscious effort. This is to say that we experience our individual worldview as though it applied to everybody through the laws of nature. Thus our subjective reaction to events arising from erroneous beliefs is as though those beliefs are undeniably true. When we talk of philosophy, … Read More
What shall I do about that “inarticulate and powerful yearning of all men” (John Steinbeck)? I shall ask myself what makes a good life and hope for decent articulation… What makes a good life? I experience life. My life is an accumulation of my experiences. These experiences are subjective, varied and range from desired to unwelcome. I cannot choose my subjective experiences (determinism), but I can decide my use of them. My use of subjective experience is what matters – that which I can determine to some limited degree. Good decisions lead to constructive experiences (e.g. when an experience of boredom … Read More
If one thinks his discontentment is ordained by God, then let him pray. Your contentment depends on the value of your ideas; ideas that are inalienable. Just remember that you cannot run and be hobbled; so run. Here is some news for you…the overwhelming majority do what they do because of other people. Too bad all these other people are doing the same thing. The reward for critical thinking is not popularity, but a superior experience of life – an experience yours alone that cannot be shared. Making an adjustment toward better ends in your life is a relatively easy … Read More
Are you more frustrated than a man with a fork in a world full of soup? If so, this post aims to remedy such a situation. The Write Up Let us begin by imagining two blokes fresh out of high school. Let’s imagine the first bloke acts on the following advice. ‘Whatever you do go to university and use your degree to build a career.‘ The second bloke acts on advice to the contrary. ‘Whatever you do, don’t go to university as institutions cannot provide an education.‘ We could proceed by arguing over which of the two blokes is more likely … Read More
Marketing Philosophy If you walked into a room full of people and asked if anybody wanted to buy a toothbrush, you’d be quite happy if you got a few takers. However, what you wouldn’t get is most of the room choosing to buy. The same would apply to the latest innovation…say you offered that same room an Apple Watch, most people wouldn’t buy, but one or two might. You can’t sell everyone, everything, every day because they have limited resources and must decide between a multitude of choices based on their needs. In making a purchase there is an effort … Read More
Those of us who live in Perth know very well the meaning of hot and dry. Furthermore, those of us who fall within the spectrum of house proud and avid gardener, have to deal with the added difficulty of keeping our gardens alive and healthy through the summer. And yet it is possible. Any stroll through the neighbourhood reveals the odd garden looking beautiful and lush, like an oasis amid the rest of the street whose gardens sport brown, uninviting lawns. So what does it take be be the proud owner of your street’s oasis? Read on… 1. Water In Perth many … Read More
See how an IrriGator unit was used together with a drip setup in order to take care of a freshly planted herb garden. A tap timer ensured that the herbs were frequently watered, whilst the GelBlock ensured that in addition to water, all the plants receive vital nutrients, micro-nutrients, trace elements and bio-stimulants. The water and nutrient carrying capacity of the soil was greatly improved, thus the plants had excellent growth, vibrancy and ability to endure stress. Best, Craig.
See how an IrriGator unit was used together with a drip setup in order to take care of a freshly planted vegetable garden. The tap timer ensures that the garden is frequently watered, whilst the GelBlock ensured that in addition to water, all the plants receive vital nutrients, micro-nutrients, trace elements and bio-stimulants. The water and nutrient carrying capacity of the soil was greatly improved, thus the plants had excellent growth, vibrancy and ability to endure stress. Best, Craig.
Demonstrating the General Care Aspect of IrriGator Use Beginning on the first day of April 2014, various ‘island’ areas of lawn on a verge were subjected to different treatments. This experiment concluded on the 12th of May. This verge area is not under reticulation and usually receives only rainwater. The areas were treated as follows, and Figure 1 illustrates the location of each area: No Water. Here only rainwater was received, with no additional water administered. Between the start date and the 14th of April, there was little improvement to the condition of these areas, as can be seen in … Read More
Repairing Bare Ground A patch that was bare of lawn began treatment with IrriGator and Hortico Lawn Repair on the 13th of April 2014. The initial state of this bare patch is illustrated in Figure 1. The surface of the bare patch was cleared of mattered materials and loosened up with a rake. A fork was then used to aerate the soil by poking holes approximately 10cm in depth and spacing. The Hortico Lawn Repair seed was then spread evenly and according to instructions over the prepared bare patch. Fertilizer is included with the seed and provides support to the … Read More