Rami Dhanoa

Sometimes you have to step outside the modern materialistic paradigm.

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When you find yourself perched atop a Himalayan foothill, leaning against a millennium-old tree, something changes in the way you relate to nature.

The sheer balance of the elements does something to you.

(I’m not talking about calcium and potassium).

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Attention economics missed this entirely.

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Zoned in, doubled down, direction-bound attention.

You inevitably exhaust yourself, like a tensed-up racecar driver collapsing after a tournament.

So you breathe, de-intensifying your energy for the purpose of re-laxing yourself. Only to wander off, or lose the drive to remain alert in the first…

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