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Andrius Kulikauskas: I am slowly starting to organize the Self Learners Network to foster a culture of investigation. Contact me at ms@ms.lt if you'd like to participate.

A Culture of Investigation

A culture of investigation encourages us to approach life by focusing on questions rather than answers.

In my understanding, this is a culture of living forever. We volunteer to grow endlessly as increasingly sensitive instruments for meaningful investigations - our own, each other's and even God's.

Are we simply living for ourselves? Self growth must surely be more than a personal goal. It must be a communal goal. What are we trying to share?

I am finding that in this culture, each of us develops as a boundary between the God beyond all of us, who stands on his own, and that same God within all of us, by whom we live as one. We each align ourselves by recognizing that the latter defers to the former. We love others by noting and respecting their own personal boundaries, what is within them and what is beyond them.

Overall, a question to relate each of us is: How do I choose to be an agent of my God in my life?

Treasuring Life's Lessons

We will be starting out by collecting and systematizing meaningful life experiences and the ways we figured things out.

Can you make a list of 100 meaningful experiences in your life? What did you learn from them? Keep a notebook!

In each experience, how did you learn what you learn? Keep a list of the ways you figured things out. Are these way related some how? Do they form a system?

Handbook for Self Learners

I am collecting suggested activities for a Handbook for Self Learners. I hope these activities might be the basis for a culture.

A Communal Platform

I am working at three platforms:


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