SELF ACTUALIZATION: Instead of seeking self, what an image to be bearing self to others and seeking to actualize the other.
Referenced: Kurt Goldstein (1939), Rogers and Maslow
‘It is the humble man that talks too much’ GK Chesteron (1874-1936)
Proverbs 27:2 ‘Let another praise you, and not your own mouth; a stranger, and not your own lips.’
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For the past several months I’ve become enamored with the idea of creating a self sufficient, connectionless home. Not only is the home off-grid, creating it’s own power, heat, and air-conditioning, but also it’s own water supply, compost, and sewage system in a smart home environment.
I’ve even imagined how a house like this could be constructed with a form of 3D printing called contour crafting. The entire house could be designed and built one drop at a time, with everything from windows, wiring, and plumbing meticulously “printed” into place.
Going even further, every surface could have sensors, solar cells, and smart devices with unusual capabilities and functionality embedded into the wall, floors, and ceilings. Micro LEDs, audio systems, and air handlers could even anticipate your mood and adjust themselves according to your changing whims.
Only in the past couple days have I come to realize that I was thinking about this all wrong.
The Maslow Self Actualization home is one that forms a symbiotic relationship with each of its residents, and over time, begins to climb the famed pyramid to imbue the power of self-actualization onto those who inhabit it.
Here’s how I see the stages of this higher order living begin to unfold.
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