Every once in a while, I run into writing that really excites me with the perspective it offers.

Every once in a while, I run into writing that really excites me with the perspective it offers.

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Every once in a while, I run into writing that really excites me with the perspective it offers.

In this case, it’s Jessie Lydia Henshaw​. I’ve just done a skim and am looking forward to more of a deep dive later, but wanted to share her site now for those interested in systems thinking, living systems, learning and a bunch of other interesting topics. She cautions that her site is a little dated, but I’ve found to be very interesting and worth sharing.

Here’s the link: http://www.synapse9.com

Oh yeah, and to make this post pop a bit, I included a nice painting – which is by her, the way.

6 comments

  1. The retro feel is refreshing. I was transported because I needed to click around a bit to get oriented, and everywhere I looked, I found treasure. Like this:

    What leads you to understanding something about the worlds of nature we completely rely on taking care of themselves, is not prediction however, but using the same information to help you ask better questions about what must remain unexplained.

  2. So Gideon Rosenblatt Did you warn Jessie Lydia Henshaw she might get a few new followers on your recommendation? 🙂

  3. Yes, lots of great treasures there, Adel Brown, I agree.

    And no, George Station, I did not. I only just stumbled upon her work because of a post by Zara Altair that Jessie Lydia Henshaw commented on.

  4. That is very G+, Gideon Rosenblatt. 😉

  5. Very G+. Thanks for the mention Gideon Rosenblatt 

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