Monthly Archives: August 2010

How My Mind Works: Mind Explosion

Every once in a while- and these moments are exceptional, rare and intense- I have what I might describe as a mind explosion. It’s like a mental orgasm, but not really. I feel my thoughts transcending the traditional verbal mechanisms, … Continue reading

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John Mayer, on life.

I wish that when I was younger I could have met my current self. We would have sat down at a coffee shop so that I could explain life to young me in terms that only we would understand. It … Continue reading

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A candid and brutal analysis of my own weaknesses.

TLDR: 1: Self deception 2: Overvaluing “genius”, undervaluing hard work 3: Hardly observant. Why? Well, I’ve always been good at telling other people what’s wrong with them. Really, really good. So good, in fact, that I really ought to be … Continue reading

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Questions 16 and 26

As requested by Bianca! q16. How come the things that make you happy don’t make everyone happy? That’s an interesting question. There is an assumption in it, though- because some of the things that make me happy DO make other … Continue reading

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Question & Answer Time!

A friend posted these questions on her blog without expecting any answers, and I liked them so much I couldn’t help but to answer them. It felt really good to use my brain for a bit. Please ask me questions … Continue reading

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Diminishing the nicotine dependence.

I have to confess that I haven’t completely quit smoking. I do still often go several days without smoking, and I no longer think about cigarettes all the time. But I have the occasional smoke from time to time, especially … Continue reading

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Awesome Quotes from Margaret Mead

“It is utterly false and cruelly arbitrary to put all the play and learning into childhood, all the work into middle age, and all the regrets into old age.” “Never doubt that a small group of thoughtful, committed, citizens can … Continue reading

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