What do you do for work . . . in the few days remaining before robots take over your job?
I READ “THE SUBTLE ART OF NOT GIVING A F**K”, AND I GAVE A FUCK
Two years ago, I read “The subtle art of not giving a fuck”. The idea was to stop tormenting on things that didn’t matter, or at least had no utter importance. Like worrying over what to tell your aunt who is hospitalized for eating candy, you should only be concerned about being there for her! … Continue reading I READ “THE SUBTLE ART OF NOT GIVING A F**K”, AND I GAVE A FUCK
I’ll Teach You Ignorance
I am ignorant. And for that I am grateful because the infinitude of things I don't know means that I will be able to learn forever. And that, in turn, means that I can live a life of surprise and wonder. It also means I can approach situations with a mindset that is prepared to … Continue reading I’ll Teach You Ignorance
Understand the Obvious
Before Hippocrates (the famous ancient Greek physician) came along, people believed that all diseases were caused by gods and supernatural forces. If you got sick in a time earlier than 460 BC, there wasn’t much you could do but pray and hope for the best. Maybe try a plant remedy or two. No matter your … Continue reading Understand the Obvious
I’m sure I’m not the only one who has convinced himself that no one else has ever gone through, or is going through, the same angst/turmoil/upsetting experience. No one understands my sadness. Not one person gets how it feels to be this jealous. Who has ever been as confused as I am right now? How … Continue reading Unspoken Bonds
I just published my first book… “Lost in Soliloquize”
So I wrote my first poetry collection and this is the introduction: I’m a private person, ironically. “Ironic” because I’m in the business of public disclosure, and I’m part of a generation that shares everything. Aside from my daily social posts that allow glimpses into my life, I tend to keep my thoughts, opinions, and … Continue reading I just published my first book… “Lost in Soliloquize”
The Curious and Strange Things
It is not so much of a new way to look at them that would matter, but a new way to live with them that would. First of all, you don't need to understand them. They were made metaphysically, so don't even bother. What I can tell you is that these phenomena work concurrently. One … Continue reading The Curious and Strange Things
Love you to the moon and back!
It is the first time cuddles that count in the whole story. The ideas of long term still seem blurry, but defined is the hope to be. My guess: because the start freaks out both parties. The intense love at first sight is overrated but the shallow feeling of wonder and desire and mixed thoughts … Continue reading Love you to the moon and back!
The Cavity of Creativity
In the midst of my generation, creativity has turned out to be harder to bow into than anything else. No one seems to understand what created this mind-obstacle for people to stop cultivating their heads for breathtaking discoveries as in the past. Our minds have grown up to a compartment of thought that there is … Continue reading The Cavity of Creativity
What I think about Magic
I wanted to set my memories down on paper, where I can hold them. You know, I do believe in magic. I was born and raised in a magic time, in a magic town, among magicians. Oh, most everybody else didn’t realize we lived in that web of magic, connected by the silver filaments of … Continue reading What I think about Magic