The Generative Principle

Shards of sunlight punctuated by sharp shadows, sliding and flashing across the paper as his hand gripped the pen pushing it rhythmically across the graduated lines.

Dressed for the weekend’s summer weather in shorts, tank top, hat and glasses, and a green bandana worked around his neck and face as a mask.

The sun, flashing through the trees and the windows of the moving vehicle continued to trace shadows and shapes on his Brain Paper.

Some people felt they thought they knew what engaged the Elevator Pilot. A few were certain they knew. These ideas however, were mostly projections based on the observers, not on Pilot. If you wanted to know what Pilot really cares about, you’d have to read his actual Brain Paper notebook.

Pilot knows that CARE is different from compassion and love. Care means what are you giving your attention to?  What we CARE enough to put our will behind is ultimately what gets created or manifested in our world. Action is what generates reality. This is the generative principle.

GENR8 Brain Paper

Notebooks with purpose

Published by Mark Brand

Mark is a writer, author, producer and inventor. He focuses on brands and commercial technology architecture.

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