From my notebook:

While there are glaring dangers in categorization and putting concepts and ideas into boxes, we generally need them as ways of understanding our world. It’s a way of identifying and making sense of everything, from knowing the difference between a table and chair, to strengthening your relationships or better understanding them. When learning a second (or third, or …

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I hereby pledge to always be the conductor

Embarrassment and loneliness are two hateful, self-deprecating experiences. Neither necessarily depend on the environment or social activity, but both implore both physical and mental effects from blushing and crying, to the lump and ping we’ve all fought when standing in a corner alone. Embarrassment and loneliness are two monsters in my closet I must put on every … Continue reading I hereby pledge to always be the conductor

My lunch break changed my life: I moved to Saumur

There are varying arguments discussing the future of one’s life before death. The Islamics call it Qadar and Buddhists believe in destiny. Pantheists blame the universe, while Christians believe it’s God’s Divine Plan. Others think it’s fate. Whatever you’ve chosen to believe (and I hope it was a methodical decision), mine was realized. While packing up for my … Continue reading My lunch break changed my life: I moved to Saumur