New Shared links now take you directly to the source!

All links shared by fellow members now take you directly to the source. Click on a video, something to do or a yellow comments icon and you’ll stay on GOOD.is. Living well and doing good just got faster!

Questions? help@goodinc.com

Caio Oyafuso

"Don't try to be original. Just try to be good." - Paul Rand.

I am good at making things simple, inspiring the most uninspired, listening to ideas, sharing whatever I got

Location
my43c1
caiohello
Website
iamcaio.com

Activity

  • Caio Oyafuso is now following…

    and 1 more member or topic

  • Caio Oyafuso replied to a comment by Caio Oyafuso

    Six Things We Learned From Patagonia's Founder Yvon Chouinard via magazine.good.is

    32

    Caio Oyafuso5 months ago

    “Obviously there is a place in life for a religious attitude in the sense of awe, of astonishment at existence. And this is also a basis of respect for existence - which is something we don’t have very much of in this culture, even though we call it materialistic. A materialist is a person who loves the material, but in our culture today we are bent on the total destruction of material and its conversion into junk and poisonous gases as quickly as possible. Ours is not a materialistic culture because it has no respect for material. And respect is, in turn, based on wonder- on feeling the marvel of an ordinary pebble in your fingers”. By Alan Watts, in one of his talks (1960–1980) titled: "The Relevance of Oriental Philosophy".

    Join the discussion

  • Caio Oyafuso commented on a link

    Six Things We Learned From Patagonia's Founder Yvon Chouinard via magazine.good.is

    32

    Caio Oyafuso5 months ago

    “Obviously there is a place in life for a religious attitude in the sense of awe, of astonishment at existence. And this is also a basis of respect for existence - which is something we don’t have very much of in this culture, even though we call it materialistic. A materialist is a person who loves the material, but in our culture today we are bent on the total destruction of material and its conversion into junk and poisonous gases as quickly as possible. Ours is not a materialistic culture because it has no respect for material. And respect is, in turn, based on wonder- on feeling the marvel of an ordinary pebble in your fingers”. By Alan Watts, in one of his talks (1960–1980) titled: "The Relevance of Oriental Philosophy".

    Join the discussion

  • Caio Oyafuso is now following…

    and 3 more members and topics