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My friend has a huge crush on someone.
A few years ago, I thought it would be fun to get into camping.
When you experience someone else’s genius work, a little part of you feels, “That’s what I could have, would have, and should have done!”
People with many interests often ask my advice on which industry or career path they should follow.
I used to like the internet. I thought it was cool, creative, wild, untamed, expressive, decentralized, and educational. I guess it was, back then, but now? I kinda hate most of what’s out there.
I’ve started writing my autobiography. I’ll keep writing it for the rest of my life. It’s private now, but will be released the week I die.
Imagine you host a dinner party with two doctors and two accountants. You introduce the doctors to each other and the accountants to each other, assuming they’d have the most in common.
I met a couple who were thinking of quitting their jobs and travelling the world for a year. They asked my thoughts.
What should a meaningful life be about? It's an important question. Unfortunately, the answer is not likely to be found on social media.
We all have this little voice inside our heads, chattering away behind the scenes. Stuff like, “You’re too fat. You’re not good enough. You’ll never get promoted. You don’t have what it takes. No one will like it. Why do I try? Who cares?” 
Have you ever felt empty? Like whatever magic elixir that used to fuel your creative life just sort of evaporated?
As we age, we lose a great deal of our childhood innocence. Our curiosity and imaginations succumb to adolescence, hormones and the complexities of adulthood...
We live in a day and age of instant gratification. Everything we seemingly want or need is a click away on our smartphones.
by Gustavo
Hanlon’s razor: never ascribe to malice what can be explained by stupidity.