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Embers and Rain
A more serious read.
Today's blog post is a little more serious and complex than my usual existential tour de stories and self-help stuff, and it largely has to do with a complex problem that I have been in deep thought about, given experiences in life and a lot of observation in human behavior. It's a problem I call … Continue reading The Deification Problem
You’re out at a café, sipping on mostly burnt, but adequate, coffee that is “Arabica” type, which consciously you know the barista has no idea about. Nonetheless, you drink coffee and peacefully read your book about gardening or whatever it is you like. Then, he/she walks in. Going with she, because I’m a guy and … Continue reading Bad Romance
Nine months before you were born, your mum and your dad got laid. An explosion happened, and this time, without a rubber. That explosion led to a bunch of little pricks called sperm charging head first into a bunch of eggs, and it was a race to see who could get to the juicy centre. … Continue reading The Miracle of You
Another recent gaming purchase of mine has been My Time At Portia, which is basically a life simulator similar to games like Harvest Moon and Stardew Valley. Interestingly enough both this and my previous purchase, Genesis: Alpha One, were published by Team17. It seems they know how to pick good titles as, like Genesis, Portia … Continue reading My Time At Portia
I answer a lot of questions on Quora, a website where people can ask questions and receive answers from all kinds of people; whether it be from academics, blue collar workers or very scary Objectivist's such as myself. It's an enjoyable activity of mine, and I usually focus on the topics that are of biggest … Continue reading On Love: Conditional by Default
Something I have recently heard in discussions is the dichotomy between the "short term" and "long term" goal mindsets; the idea that you can create goals across the span of a certain amount of time, with some of it being defined as "long", and other goals defined as "short". The distinction and where a goal … Continue reading The Short Term Doesn’t Exist