So what would Loricism be if it didn’t follow its own advice, right? Well, that’s the question. One of the key practices of the whole thing is Semper Amplio, or “always improve”. This applies to the self and also to ideas. This must also apply to Loricism. It can always improve. Why would I want a philosophy or set of ideas that stayed rooted in a flawed incarnation?
So we must always improve.
That is why I implemented the Changelog. Just like with software, it tracks any and all changes that are made to the whole deal. I actually kind of like it. Anyhow. I’m going to use this thread to clarify these changes.
Today, I updated the unofficial motto from “Best self, best ideas, best world” to “Better self, better thoughts, better world.” I felt that “better” was a more accurate descriptor, because there is always room to improve and grow. And I changed “ideas” to “thought”, which is more encompassing. And what are ideas but thoughts?
- This discussion was modified 1 year, 2 months ago by Janden Hale.