Code? What code? Well, the codes in your life, of course. Your code.
The code around you.
What does code mean any way? One definition from the online dictionary is: “Computers. to translate (a program) into language that can be communicated to the computer. ”
You can find other definitions here.
To paraphrase, a code is something condensed, small, that may be in images like hieroglyphics or alphabet letters or numbers or be in computer chips that can be read only by a computer.
Cracking the code for your self and your life
or–your mission should you choose to accept it–
comes in four parts:
1. finding the clues, messages, maps, paths, trails, pointers, links, and so forth that appear in your life moment to moment;
2. following those clues, maps, paths, and links;
3. finding the messages meant for you
4. making sense of those messages so they help guide and support you.
Coming next time: Decoding practice