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).



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…