[MD] Living MOQ practically

John Carl ridgecoyote at gmail.com
Tue Oct 13 10:55:42 PDT 2015

Welcome Albert,

Living a good life isn't as easy as a 1-2-3 recipe but perhaps we
could help if you wouldn't mind asking questions in a simple dialogue
format.  And rather than posting the questions personally, ask them on
the list and let the general audience come up with the answers.

I too felt that ZAMM didn't fill in enough details but fortunately,
Pirsig followed up with a much more detailed and rigourous explanation
of what he called "The Metaphysics of Quality".  It would probably
help a lot to read that work - Lila, and share your impressions and
questions as you read.

Good luck and hope to hear more of your journey.

John C.

On 10/12/15, Albert Mezistrano <albertstrano at gmail.com> wrote:
> Hi, my name is Albert, I am a recent college graduate of the sciences and
> humanities and have recently became a big fan of Prisig.
> I stumbled upon ZMM a few months ago during a rough time for me
> philosophically and thoroughly enjoyed it to the extent that I couldn't
> read anything or talk to anyone with out it coming to mind.
> Yet, I still have a very hard time living in line with ZMM. It is a very
> loose concept and hard to make practical.
> As I was thinking of how to approach this quandary I thought I would go
> here and ask if I could speak one-on-one with anyone who could enlighten a
> willing student. Anyone who could help out and email me directly or who
> lives in NYC and could chat would make things a lot easier for me.
> Thank you!
> Albert
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