Architect | Photographer | Writer | Polyglot | Windmill Jouster | Nomade Civilisée.

By and large, the global economic engine measures things, not people. The horizon is more often short than long. And in the process, we may be missing the forest for the trees, cheating ourselves out of what makes advancements flourish: insights, cultivated and aimed. It may be time for an IROI.

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Photo by Christian Dubovan on Unsplash


In the attempt to direct human energy, two approaches represent polar extremes. One extracts, while the other renews. Understanding the end game of each couldn’t be more germane to our survival.

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Good business


We each have an authentic, true self, however attuned we may or may not each be to exactly what that is. Our true self knows deeply — somewhere — what it is that fulfills us, and feels “true”; and conversely, what deadens other parts of ourselves, or feels “false”. When we align ourselves with truth, we begin to “become”.

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Tiger swallowtail, post-transformation © Anthony Fieldman 2010


Humankind has been fascinated with death—and what comes after it—since the dawn of our species. We are on the precipice of a transformation in what it means to be human; and with it, how to overcome the stickiest question of all.

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From finite to the infinite


Imagine my surprise upon discovering that self-hate is not the rare and tragic disorder I would have assumed it to be, but rather something from which every human suffers, to some degree. Here is a deep dive into my own, and early thoughts about how to conquer it.

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Author selfie © Anthony Fieldman 2020


Most of us knew that our genetic inheritance shapes much about who we are. Less known is the emerging field of epigenetics, and the surprising discoveries that in fact the quality of our thoughts can have a profound impact on our physiological health, as well as our emotional lives.

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Da Vinci’s ideal human, reimagined by the instigator of today’s thoughts. © Azrael Renee 2020


Quantum physics allows for multiple simultaneous realities. In the United States, very different quantum futures could yet come to pass. Here are some of them, informed by history, science and literature.

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Hannah John-Kamen in ‘Brave New World’. Image: Sky


A starter guide to some of the best things I’ve learned about nutritional health, during a sixteen-year odyssey… and counting.

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Romanesco (Italian cauliflower)—the world’s most beautiful vegetable © Anthony Fieldman 2017


Economics has almost exclusively driven human activity for 150 years. The ‘end state’ of this paradigm is no less than the destruction of our species. Luckily, there are incubators everywhere of a new model, based on qualitative rather than quantitative metrics. A combination of these may save us all.

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Gross National Happiness being produced, in Bhutan. © 2019 Bhutan Bon Voyage


A parting gift.

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True Colors © Anthony Fieldman 2016

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