PhilosophersNotes: Your Brain On Philosophy This Holiday Season

Dear readers,

First of all, I would like to express my gratitude to every one reading this at this very moment. Attention is a rare commodity nowadays. So, thank you for your time.

I’ve been blogging my heart out for more than five years now and I feel blessed to be able to continue with this practice. Like most bloggers, I started blogging to get some attention. However, my ultimate drive has always been to stay true to my original intention: to share ideas with passion and compassion.

Most of my readers know by now that one of my primary interests is the domain of philosophy. Philosophy is “love of wisdom.” By definition, philosophy covers everything in the subjective domain: beliefs, religion, theology, psychology, spirituality, phenomenology, and, ultimately, consciousness itself. For me, there’s nothing more important than to have an understanding of our place in this Kosmos–no matter how fleeting it could be.

Aside from sharing information and my own perspectives on things, I often wonder how I could give back to all the people who pass by my (hyper)stream. Serendipitously, a few days ago, Brian Johnson (my boss from my Zaadz days) asked me if I could help out in giving away FREE subscriptions to PhilosophersNotes for the holidays. I am more than happy to 🙂

That’s why I added this banner to the footer section of all pages of this blog.

PhilosophersNotes banner

What is PhilosophersNotes? They’re like mini-CliffsNotes for self-development books or “Concentrated wisdom for your hero’s journey.”

For me, the best gift is the gift of wisdom. That’s why I’m passing this gift to you. It’s a perfect gift to people
from all walks of life, be they theists, atheists, agnostics, and/or integralists 😉

Brian’s goal is to give away 1 million free subscriptions. His intention is to inspire as many people as possible. So please pass this message along to your friends.

Thanks again for your time and your continued support. May you have a blessed holidays. Take care and stay lucid.

Peace, love, happiness, and Divine discontent,

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