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Ken, thanks for sharing so clearly with us your mind’s journey through this set of connections. I never took Calculus, so it was news to me that a circle is made up of an infinite number of corners. When I read that, that seemed another way of saying what Trish had said in the Week 12 webinar: We are all part of the Universal Mind [one all-encompassing circle]; the only difference is in degree [which corner of the circle we abide in].

We can look at circles as being continuous curves or as corners we can get backed into if not careful. Thanks for your insight and kind comments.

i recall my friend walking around with a compass last year around this time. All year I thought about getting in on the program, waiting for the registration to open. Thank you for this post.

Thanks for sharing and reading the post. You are most welcome. Doesn’t this appear to be “Giving and Receiving”?

Thank you for reviewing the linking of the progression we are on. I love to think about how it all started somewhere – with a thought!

I am happy that I was able to give you thoughts to consider. Thank you for your comments.

That was a very well thought out post! Calculus, trigonometry, and geometry left me as soon as I left the classroom but I get the gist of this just fine. All of it makes me think about the ol’ saying, “Don’t judge a book by its cover!” Dig deeper.

This really pulls a lot of concepts together. I have not yet grasped the significance of Emerson, but I have not given up trying. I pull him out and re-read every couple of weeks.

Thanks Ken for your great insight connection to the path of persistence and success!!!

Loved your blog! Whether it is math or science, it’s all in thinking! Change your thinking, change your world!