John Saward – July 23, 2018 at 01:07PM

“How the SoulMate is Found”,

First draft of chaptering:

a. The Search for the Authentic.
b. The Journey to the East.
c. The Discovery of Co-Joined Mind
d. The Realisation of Eternally Unfolding Gnosis
e. The Sudden Appearance of the Soul-Mate
f. The loss of all I had achieved in 60 years of Journeying.
g. The Return of Kim to Our Block.
h. The dream of a Thai Temple and a Guest House for Visiting Monks.


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John Saward – July 23, 2018 at 01:04PM

All progress depends on the Unreasonable Man:

1. The ideation occurs and is delivered here into Facebook.
2. The patrons sign up so I can go full-time as a writer. (approx $A6000 per month.)
3. The books are published.

2 and 3 are not interchangeable in sequencosity.

QED. It is likely the books will never be published. I don’t care. I will continue to deliver the ideation freely.


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John Saward – July 23, 2018 at 12:57PM

Word of the Day: “Refactoring”

” By continuously improving the design of code, we make it easier and easier to work with. This is in sharp contrast to what typically happens: little refactoring and a great deal of attention paid to expediently adding new features. If you get into the hygienic habit of refactoring continuously, you’ll find that it is easier to extend and maintain code.”
— Joshua Kerievsky, Refactoring to Patterns[1]

Later I will apply the word in my ongoing writing into “How the SoulMate is Found”, with chapters:

a. The Search for the Authentic.
b. The Journey to the East.
c. The Discovery of Co-Joined Mind
d. The Realisation of Eternally Unfolding Gnosis
e. The Sudden Appearance of the Soul-Mate
f. The loss of all I had achieved in 60 years of Journeying.
g. The Return of Kim to Our Block.
h. The dream of a Thai Temple and a Guest House for Visiting Monks.


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John Saward – July 23, 2018 at 11:00AM

“On Instagram and Facebook, the biggest influencers are taking home anywhere between $150,000 to $187,000 per post. And even smaller “micro-influencers” with followings around 100,000 are able to command up to $5,000 per sponsored post – a pretty good living when you add it up at the end of the day.”


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John Saward – July 23, 2018 at 09:39AM

There are Cockatoos here. The sulphur crested raucous ones. They come in ones or twos and often in a mob. They squawk at me from up above, and I call back to them “Thank you for coming home!”.

They laugh. They fly above my head. They disappear.

I have often said that when the Human Species becomes extinct is will be time for the Sulphur Crested Cockatoo to become head of the Planetary Food Chain for a time.

I wonder if they will do a better job than us.

I think so, I really really thinks so.


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John Saward – July 23, 2018 at 09:34AM

Playfully I was invited to write a personals ad. Here we go:

“Go Away. I’m busy. You are too late. You should have said hello at that pub when I was just nineteen and approached you shyly. You smirked and whispered something to your girlfriends that made them laugh. I slunk away. Yes, it is too late. Just go away. I’m busy.”


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