If you want to know yourself, observe the behavior of others. If you want to understand others, look in your own heart.
The trouble with philosophy books for sale is that when you accept money for something, there's supposed to be some expectation of solidity to it. But this topic doesn't lend itself to much solidity. In fact, philosophies that don't change very much, if recorded in an appealing way, tend to accrete True Believers who are looking for something to use as their bible.
My free online book series, The Unworlding Diatribes, and the philosophy it supports, represent an ongoing, evolving effort to figure out what the heck is going on around here. I want to respect readers by not just adding chapters willy-nilly, so instead I'll add book additions to this blog, edit them at whim, and when blog entries accumulate up to a certain point and certain milestones are reached in my practice, I'll turn the blog into a new book.
I'm sure some things will change from time to time, as I am not married to what I believe today. I will not keep track of versions or edits.
Thanks for reading my stuff. Now both of us know what's going on around here.