"It's  all  trivial – your grouse, my hermit, Bernard's Byron. Comparing what we're looking for misses the point. It's wanting to know that makes us matter. Otherwise, we're going out the way we came in." –Tom Stoppard,  Arcadia   This 'map' finds relationships between time, exertion, and  perceived  mental stimulation. Each section represents one ideal day, deconstructed into 48 half-hour increments. Each increment has been analyzed by its documented activity to deduce a stimulation magnitude, which operates in four stages – no conscious stimulation, low, intermediate, and high stimulation. The resulting 'topography' undulates to reflect shifts in exertion and stimulation levels. Connecting the sections, literally and visually, is my own profile, represented by the thick black cord.

"It's all trivial – your grouse, my hermit, Bernard's Byron. Comparing what we're looking for misses the point. It's wanting to know that makes us matter. Otherwise, we're going out the way we came in." –Tom Stoppard, Arcadia

This 'map' finds relationships between time, exertion, and perceived mental stimulation. Each section represents one ideal day, deconstructed into 48 half-hour increments. Each increment has been analyzed by its documented activity to deduce a stimulation magnitude, which operates in four stages – no conscious stimulation, low, intermediate, and high stimulation. The resulting 'topography' undulates to reflect shifts in exertion and stimulation levels. Connecting the sections, literally and visually, is my own profile, represented by the thick black cord.

 "It's  all  trivial – your grouse, my hermit, Bernard's Byron. Comparing what we're looking for misses the point. It's wanting to know that makes us matter. Otherwise, we're going out the way we came in." –Tom Stoppard,  Arcadia   This 'map' finds relationships between time, exertion, and  perceived  mental stimulation. Each section represents one ideal day, deconstructed into 48 half-hour increments. Each increment has been analyzed by its documented activity to deduce a stimulation magnitude, which operates in four stages – no conscious stimulation, low, intermediate, and high stimulation. The resulting 'topography' undulates to reflect shifts in exertion and stimulation levels. Connecting the sections, literally and visually, is my own profile, represented by the thick black cord.

"It's all trivial – your grouse, my hermit, Bernard's Byron. Comparing what we're looking for misses the point. It's wanting to know that makes us matter. Otherwise, we're going out the way we came in." –Tom Stoppard, Arcadia

This 'map' finds relationships between time, exertion, and perceived mental stimulation. Each section represents one ideal day, deconstructed into 48 half-hour increments. Each increment has been analyzed by its documented activity to deduce a stimulation magnitude, which operates in four stages – no conscious stimulation, low, intermediate, and high stimulation. The resulting 'topography' undulates to reflect shifts in exertion and stimulation levels. Connecting the sections, literally and visually, is my own profile, represented by the thick black cord.

 "It's  all  trivial – your grouse, my hermit, Bernard's Byron. Comparing what we're looking for misses the point. It's wanting to know that makes us matter. Otherwise, we're going out the way we came in." –Tom Stoppard,  Arcadia   This 'map' finds relationships between time, exertion, and  perceived  mental stimulation. Each section represents one ideal day, deconstructed into 48 half-hour increments. Each increment has been analyzed by its documented activity to deduce a stimulation magnitude, which operates in four stages – no conscious stimulation, low, intermediate, and high stimulation. The resulting 'topography' undulates to reflect shifts in exertion and stimulation levels. Connecting the sections, literally and visually, is my own profile, represented by the thick black cord.

"It's all trivial – your grouse, my hermit, Bernard's Byron. Comparing what we're looking for misses the point. It's wanting to know that makes us matter. Otherwise, we're going out the way we came in." –Tom Stoppard, Arcadia

This 'map' finds relationships between time, exertion, and perceived mental stimulation. Each section represents one ideal day, deconstructed into 48 half-hour increments. Each increment has been analyzed by its documented activity to deduce a stimulation magnitude, which operates in four stages – no conscious stimulation, low, intermediate, and high stimulation. The resulting 'topography' undulates to reflect shifts in exertion and stimulation levels. Connecting the sections, literally and visually, is my own profile, represented by the thick black cord.

 "It's  all  trivial – your grouse, my hermit, Bernard's Byron. Comparing what we're looking for misses the point. It's wanting to know that makes us matter. Otherwise, we're going out the way we came in." –Tom Stoppard,  Arcadia   This 'map' finds relationships between time, exertion, and  perceived  mental stimulation. Each section represents one ideal day, deconstructed into 48 half-hour increments. Each increment has been analyzed by its documented activity to deduce a stimulation magnitude, which operates in four stages – no conscious stimulation, low, intermediate, and high stimulation. The resulting 'topography' undulates to reflect shifts in exertion and stimulation levels. Connecting the sections, literally and visually, is my own profile, represented by the thick black cord.

"It's all trivial – your grouse, my hermit, Bernard's Byron. Comparing what we're looking for misses the point. It's wanting to know that makes us matter. Otherwise, we're going out the way we came in." –Tom Stoppard, Arcadia

This 'map' finds relationships between time, exertion, and perceived mental stimulation. Each section represents one ideal day, deconstructed into 48 half-hour increments. Each increment has been analyzed by its documented activity to deduce a stimulation magnitude, which operates in four stages – no conscious stimulation, low, intermediate, and high stimulation. The resulting 'topography' undulates to reflect shifts in exertion and stimulation levels. Connecting the sections, literally and visually, is my own profile, represented by the thick black cord.

 "It's  all  trivial – your grouse, my hermit, Bernard's Byron. Comparing what we're looking for misses the point. It's wanting to know that makes us matter. Otherwise, we're going out the way we came in." –Tom Stoppard,  Arcadia   This 'map' finds relationships between time, exertion, and  perceived  mental stimulation. Each section represents one ideal day, deconstructed into 48 half-hour increments. Each increment has been analyzed by its documented activity to deduce a stimulation magnitude, which operates in four stages – no conscious stimulation, low, intermediate, and high stimulation. The resulting 'topography' undulates to reflect shifts in exertion and stimulation levels. Connecting the sections, literally and visually, is my own profile, represented by the thick black cord.

"It's all trivial – your grouse, my hermit, Bernard's Byron. Comparing what we're looking for misses the point. It's wanting to know that makes us matter. Otherwise, we're going out the way we came in." –Tom Stoppard, Arcadia

This 'map' finds relationships between time, exertion, and perceived mental stimulation. Each section represents one ideal day, deconstructed into 48 half-hour increments. Each increment has been analyzed by its documented activity to deduce a stimulation magnitude, which operates in four stages – no conscious stimulation, low, intermediate, and high stimulation. The resulting 'topography' undulates to reflect shifts in exertion and stimulation levels. Connecting the sections, literally and visually, is my own profile, represented by the thick black cord.

 "It's  all  trivial – your grouse, my hermit, Bernard's Byron. Comparing what we're looking for misses the point. It's wanting to know that makes us matter. Otherwise, we're going out the way we came in." –Tom Stoppard,  Arcadia   This 'map' finds relationships between time, exertion, and  perceived  mental stimulation. Each section represents one ideal day, deconstructed into 48 half-hour increments. Each increment has been analyzed by its documented activity to deduce a stimulation magnitude, which operates in four stages – no conscious stimulation, low, intermediate, and high stimulation. The resulting 'topography' undulates to reflect shifts in exertion and stimulation levels. Connecting the sections, literally and visually, is my own profile, represented by the thick black cord.

"It's all trivial – your grouse, my hermit, Bernard's Byron. Comparing what we're looking for misses the point. It's wanting to know that makes us matter. Otherwise, we're going out the way we came in." –Tom Stoppard, Arcadia

This 'map' finds relationships between time, exertion, and perceived mental stimulation. Each section represents one ideal day, deconstructed into 48 half-hour increments. Each increment has been analyzed by its documented activity to deduce a stimulation magnitude, which operates in four stages – no conscious stimulation, low, intermediate, and high stimulation. The resulting 'topography' undulates to reflect shifts in exertion and stimulation levels. Connecting the sections, literally and visually, is my own profile, represented by the thick black cord.

 "It's  all  trivial – your grouse, my hermit, Bernard's Byron. Comparing what we're looking for misses the point. It's wanting to know that makes us matter. Otherwise, we're going out the way we came in." –Tom Stoppard,  Arcadia   This 'map' finds relationships between time, exertion, and  perceived  mental stimulation. Each section represents one ideal day, deconstructed into 48 half-hour increments. Each increment has been analyzed by its documented activity to deduce a stimulation magnitude, which operates in four stages – no conscious stimulation, low, intermediate, and high stimulation. The resulting 'topography' undulates to reflect shifts in exertion and stimulation levels. Connecting the sections, literally and visually, is my own profile, represented by the thick black cord.
 "It's  all  trivial – your grouse, my hermit, Bernard's Byron. Comparing what we're looking for misses the point. It's wanting to know that makes us matter. Otherwise, we're going out the way we came in." –Tom Stoppard,  Arcadia   This 'map' finds relationships between time, exertion, and  perceived  mental stimulation. Each section represents one ideal day, deconstructed into 48 half-hour increments. Each increment has been analyzed by its documented activity to deduce a stimulation magnitude, which operates in four stages – no conscious stimulation, low, intermediate, and high stimulation. The resulting 'topography' undulates to reflect shifts in exertion and stimulation levels. Connecting the sections, literally and visually, is my own profile, represented by the thick black cord.
 "It's  all  trivial – your grouse, my hermit, Bernard's Byron. Comparing what we're looking for misses the point. It's wanting to know that makes us matter. Otherwise, we're going out the way we came in." –Tom Stoppard,  Arcadia   This 'map' finds relationships between time, exertion, and  perceived  mental stimulation. Each section represents one ideal day, deconstructed into 48 half-hour increments. Each increment has been analyzed by its documented activity to deduce a stimulation magnitude, which operates in four stages – no conscious stimulation, low, intermediate, and high stimulation. The resulting 'topography' undulates to reflect shifts in exertion and stimulation levels. Connecting the sections, literally and visually, is my own profile, represented by the thick black cord.
 "It's  all  trivial – your grouse, my hermit, Bernard's Byron. Comparing what we're looking for misses the point. It's wanting to know that makes us matter. Otherwise, we're going out the way we came in." –Tom Stoppard,  Arcadia   This 'map' finds relationships between time, exertion, and  perceived  mental stimulation. Each section represents one ideal day, deconstructed into 48 half-hour increments. Each increment has been analyzed by its documented activity to deduce a stimulation magnitude, which operates in four stages – no conscious stimulation, low, intermediate, and high stimulation. The resulting 'topography' undulates to reflect shifts in exertion and stimulation levels. Connecting the sections, literally and visually, is my own profile, represented by the thick black cord.
 "It's  all  trivial – your grouse, my hermit, Bernard's Byron. Comparing what we're looking for misses the point. It's wanting to know that makes us matter. Otherwise, we're going out the way we came in." –Tom Stoppard,  Arcadia   This 'map' finds relationships between time, exertion, and  perceived  mental stimulation. Each section represents one ideal day, deconstructed into 48 half-hour increments. Each increment has been analyzed by its documented activity to deduce a stimulation magnitude, which operates in four stages – no conscious stimulation, low, intermediate, and high stimulation. The resulting 'topography' undulates to reflect shifts in exertion and stimulation levels. Connecting the sections, literally and visually, is my own profile, represented by the thick black cord.
 "It's  all  trivial – your grouse, my hermit, Bernard's Byron. Comparing what we're looking for misses the point. It's wanting to know that makes us matter. Otherwise, we're going out the way we came in." –Tom Stoppard,  Arcadia   This 'map' finds relationships between time, exertion, and  perceived  mental stimulation. Each section represents one ideal day, deconstructed into 48 half-hour increments. Each increment has been analyzed by its documented activity to deduce a stimulation magnitude, which operates in four stages – no conscious stimulation, low, intermediate, and high stimulation. The resulting 'topography' undulates to reflect shifts in exertion and stimulation levels. Connecting the sections, literally and visually, is my own profile, represented by the thick black cord.

"It's all trivial – your grouse, my hermit, Bernard's Byron. Comparing what we're looking for misses the point. It's wanting to know that makes us matter. Otherwise, we're going out the way we came in." –Tom Stoppard, Arcadia

This 'map' finds relationships between time, exertion, and perceived mental stimulation. Each section represents one ideal day, deconstructed into 48 half-hour increments. Each increment has been analyzed by its documented activity to deduce a stimulation magnitude, which operates in four stages – no conscious stimulation, low, intermediate, and high stimulation. The resulting 'topography' undulates to reflect shifts in exertion and stimulation levels. Connecting the sections, literally and visually, is my own profile, represented by the thick black cord.

"It's all trivial – your grouse, my hermit, Bernard's Byron. Comparing what we're looking for misses the point. It's wanting to know that makes us matter. Otherwise, we're going out the way we came in." –Tom Stoppard, Arcadia

This 'map' finds relationships between time, exertion, and perceived mental stimulation. Each section represents one ideal day, deconstructed into 48 half-hour increments. Each increment has been analyzed by its documented activity to deduce a stimulation magnitude, which operates in four stages – no conscious stimulation, low, intermediate, and high stimulation. The resulting 'topography' undulates to reflect shifts in exertion and stimulation levels. Connecting the sections, literally and visually, is my own profile, represented by the thick black cord.

"It's all trivial – your grouse, my hermit, Bernard's Byron. Comparing what we're looking for misses the point. It's wanting to know that makes us matter. Otherwise, we're going out the way we came in." –Tom Stoppard, Arcadia

This 'map' finds relationships between time, exertion, and perceived mental stimulation. Each section represents one ideal day, deconstructed into 48 half-hour increments. Each increment has been analyzed by its documented activity to deduce a stimulation magnitude, which operates in four stages – no conscious stimulation, low, intermediate, and high stimulation. The resulting 'topography' undulates to reflect shifts in exertion and stimulation levels. Connecting the sections, literally and visually, is my own profile, represented by the thick black cord.

"It's all trivial – your grouse, my hermit, Bernard's Byron. Comparing what we're looking for misses the point. It's wanting to know that makes us matter. Otherwise, we're going out the way we came in." –Tom Stoppard, Arcadia

This 'map' finds relationships between time, exertion, and perceived mental stimulation. Each section represents one ideal day, deconstructed into 48 half-hour increments. Each increment has been analyzed by its documented activity to deduce a stimulation magnitude, which operates in four stages – no conscious stimulation, low, intermediate, and high stimulation. The resulting 'topography' undulates to reflect shifts in exertion and stimulation levels. Connecting the sections, literally and visually, is my own profile, represented by the thick black cord.

"It's all trivial – your grouse, my hermit, Bernard's Byron. Comparing what we're looking for misses the point. It's wanting to know that makes us matter. Otherwise, we're going out the way we came in." –Tom Stoppard, Arcadia

This 'map' finds relationships between time, exertion, and perceived mental stimulation. Each section represents one ideal day, deconstructed into 48 half-hour increments. Each increment has been analyzed by its documented activity to deduce a stimulation magnitude, which operates in four stages – no conscious stimulation, low, intermediate, and high stimulation. The resulting 'topography' undulates to reflect shifts in exertion and stimulation levels. Connecting the sections, literally and visually, is my own profile, represented by the thick black cord.

"It's all trivial – your grouse, my hermit, Bernard's Byron. Comparing what we're looking for misses the point. It's wanting to know that makes us matter. Otherwise, we're going out the way we came in." –Tom Stoppard, Arcadia

This 'map' finds relationships between time, exertion, and perceived mental stimulation. Each section represents one ideal day, deconstructed into 48 half-hour increments. Each increment has been analyzed by its documented activity to deduce a stimulation magnitude, which operates in four stages – no conscious stimulation, low, intermediate, and high stimulation. The resulting 'topography' undulates to reflect shifts in exertion and stimulation levels. Connecting the sections, literally and visually, is my own profile, represented by the thick black cord.

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