AI-generated passages to learn prayer-related Greek vocab

I've been using ChatGPT over the past week to supplement Duolingo's Modern Greek track, as one of the drawbacks of Duolingo is that it isn't that great at reinforcing or providing grammatical infrastructure scaffolding. (I love grammar.) It's also difficult for me to think about how words are actually spelled or where the accents are … Continue reading AI-generated passages to learn prayer-related Greek vocab

We need to work hard to build the world that we want to be born into.

I am briefly picking up on a thread from my end-of-January update: Very few of us are ever remembered, and even for those who are, you will likely reincarnate not knowing that you were that person. Meditating on Apollon, the Lord of Abiding Compassion, and tacitly dedicating my compassion meditation practice to him, I’m starting … Continue reading We need to work hard to build the world that we want to be born into.

“At first the soul was united with the Gods …”

Along the lines of the Simplicius passage I mentioned in my January update, today, my Discover Weekly updated. One of the pieces, "What Fills the Gap" (Will Cady) features passages from an Alan Watts lecture — Part 2 of "Out of Your Mind." https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cmT3t2Kdr3I There's a lot of Phaedrus and Timaeus energy here, especially in … Continue reading “At first the soul was united with the Gods …”