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We see life from unique perspectives, while we learn from the perspectives of others. 

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Synechism scholar Catherine Tyrrell takes her life experience and studies in the fields of early childhood brain development, living systems and their habitats and cultures, language and semiotics, philosophy, history, psychology, the physical sciences, world religions, artistic expression, and all of the effects of these on individual and collective identities, and explores them from unique and thought provoking angles. ... A human perspective on our reality. Thank you for listening! ... Music: "Cottages" Kevin MacLeod ( Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 License

"Thank you for visiting my website. I hope you will find the entries enjoyable and thought provoking. Courteous questions and comments are always welcome.

The topics and concepts discussed on this site are intended for a general audience, and to be comprehensible in any language. This is a site about human beings, and how our lives affect each other in all sorts of capacities and actions. Our world is very complex. We often stay so focused on the superficial distractions and necessary life-sustaining decisions that we may miss subtle but important influences. The entries found here will take us on a journey to explore how our humanity connects with the whole of existence by investigating our biological development, scientific concepts, philosophies, history, and aesthetic creations. Welcome to the expedition."

Catherine Tyrrell