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Thumoslang

Timesaving with Social Clarity

Episodes in Trekvella S2 Practical Guide to Thumoslang

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About E1 Your Superpower

What is power? How to use it? Discharging Your Power, Episode 2, and this episode have the answer. The Big Picture First, Episode 4, explains further.

An Important Walk, the first episode in Trekvella’s Series 1 – Thumoslang Stories, is one of the most referred-to articles in the reading collection Trekvella. It recounts the experience of David. He is a high school student who encountered Thumoslang for the first time. Its analysis is in this episode. A Fantasy on Mars, the second episode in Trekvella’s Series 2 – Thumoslang Stories, recounts a review of the mentioned analysis. Read more

About E2 Discharging Your Power

What is power? How to use it? Your Superpower, Episode 1, and this episode have the answer. The Big Picture First, Episode 4, explains further.

About E3 How to Match Understanding

What is the objective of a nomenclature? How does it work? The two articles, Matching Understanding, the first episode in Series 2 – Practical Guide to Thumoslang, and this episode, provide the answer.

This episode analyzes Business of the Self, the fifth episode in the first Trekvella series Thumoslang Stories. It introduces the idea of a business-of-the-self and points out Thumoslang concepts at play that are not explicitly used in the story. It shows how to ensure matching understanding in a conversation. Read more

About E4 The Big Picture First

What is power? How to use it? Your Superpower, Episode 1, and Discharging Your Power, Episode 2, have the answer. This episode explains further and takes a closer look at A Foretaste of Love, the fourth episode in Trekvella’s Series 1 – Thumoslang Stories. It shows how to address a momentary issue by looking at a bigger context. It also explains how the handling of a relationship plays out in A Foretaste of Love.

About E5 Relation Over Service

What is a relationship? What are its components? A New Subject in School, the third episode in Trekvella’s Series 1 – Thumoslang Stories, provides the answer. This episode explains further.

To build any group, you need to have relations. Did you know that a service is a relation that does not have a shared purpose? This episode presents three instances of a Thumoslang practitioner dealing with the often confusing concepts of relations and services in daily life. You will learn about three distinct concepts: service, relation, and relationship. It analyzes the three concepts, presents what they have in common, and explains what separates them.

About E6 Dead-end Walk & Love Bench

Within the hour right after Nickantony Quach and Alec Mustafayev published their Trekvella reading collection’s first 39 episodes on Kindle Vella in July 2021, Nick on YouTube ran into the so-called Meaning123, the video [Why the world is going crazy-and how to win back our minds | Jamie Wheal | Big Think](v=vqJQvJ7i7Ek). Four days later, their mutual friend Norman D. Baker reacted to it on camera. The result is the video [Norman’s Reaction to Jamie Wheal’s Video | Feedback by Norman](v=JQ4tStrA-Ks). Norman and Nick believe that Nick and Alec have been working on answering the question posed by Meaning123 without even realizing it. This episode explains further.

About E7 What a Catch!

What is leadership? Why do most people know only its perceived meaning but not its objective meaning? Ahead of History, the 7th episode in Series 1 – Thumoslang Stories, gives you a heads-up. This episode explains further.

About E8 Adulthood, Love & Collaboration

This episode takes a closer look at the title of the original Thumos textbook (OTB) and answers the following questions. What is adulthood, love, or collaboration? How do these concepts relate to one another?


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