You can help people in more ways than the more obvious. Just keeping someone company or keeping someone’s mood buoyed up can be a great help to them.

You have got to keep healthy and keep those you love healthy too.

It’s a hard thing to admit sometimes, but you have to realize you have limitations. But that is the same for everyone. Those around you who are close to you realize you have limitations. But you have to tell people when your limits are reached. They will understand and respect your limits.

It’s very important to stay organized especially with much more to do.

]]>This entry talks about realizing how important it is to help all the people you are close to, how to keep healthy by remembering everything you know and how to keep positive, encouraging yourself to accomplish everything you can.

]]>When being at a multiple number of levels, one has to relate one level at a time. As well as you go forward there is always temptation to do too much, temptation to do too little. It takes a long time to get into good habits. But once you are in them, you will be much stronger and safer. Sometimes you have to adjust your habits depending on your circumstances. This is okay, it’s okay to have dynamic habits.

]]>

2.In the second diagram, I’m showing that we can start instead with a self-intersecting loop with one location at the center in l*l space and then add a location, by moving one from somewhere close to the intersection and bringing it into joining there with the location that is already there.. This could be done with other such diagrams as shown.

3.In the third diagram I am showing what I am using as an example with the joining’s labelled 1,2,3.

4.In diagram four I am showing the decomposition of this diagram, moving the locations of locations. 1-,2-,3- can be the locations that come from the outside and the +’s can come from the diagrams.

We have a condition of uncertainty with 1+,1-,2+,2-,3+,3-. We can assign the two parts of 1 to the two strands which go through 1, but the way it is created we can say that it is uncertain which part belongs to which strand. The same can be said of the other labels 2 and 3. We separate the joining pieces bringing into joining parts which do not join in the original diagram, by choosing one specific separation from the two available for each joining at random.

5.The fifth diagram shows that the final decomposition can be reformed in two more possible ways.

6.In the sixth diagram I show that the final decomposition can be put together in a way that leads to a new “shape”.

In the case shown the diagram is folded up in a different way. There maybe other self-transformations leading to new shapes which may be possible with more complex diagrams.

]]>1. Instead of changing to l*l space before creating the joining, we can also change to it as we flatten the crossings. There can be a two to two map from two locations in 3 space to two locations together at an l*l plane. Also we can consider an entire diagram. Diagrams 4 and 5. I use the double crossing loop as an example.

2.This creates a new joining type Z(n) n=1,2,3..

3.The advantage of doing this is that now we can say that we are at the level l*l but we can take advantage of the way movements of points around the double self-intersecting loop are defined in l. Since points and locations are both zero dimensional.

We can have a type of movement of locations 1+ and 1- around the loop while the locations 2+ and 2- at Z(2) stay fixed. Locations move through locations.

4. In particular I can separate Z(1) into 1+, 1- and D(1) while keeping Z(2) as is. Diagram 6.

5. 1+ and 1- can then move through Z(2).

]]>