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“Dont rush, but hurry up and wait.”

March 25, 2007


The interesting thing about being human is that we are constantly changing. We are always bettering ourselves, worsening our lives, or fighting to find the balance of life. There never is a point where we can say, “I have arrived.” On one hand this is nice, but on the other hand it can sometimes leave […]

Snowflakes like bullets, light like glass.

March 23, 2007


(This is a post I wrote a while ago, but the conversation is still vivid in my memory.) It’s prettier than it has been in a while. Outside is an immaculate, picturesque snow. The wind is blowing at just the perfect angle so that the snowflakes shoot like bullets in a diagonal line from the […]

A good book and a no-name folk band can pause time, but not long enough for time to stop.

March 22, 2007


January was the prelude, the opening. February was the scene where the story line really began to take place and the characters began free falling into the plot. March? March is almost over. March has been a minute of rest, the whispered conversation of philosophy embedded inside the chaos, and also the moment when you realize that a […]

Even though you were yawning, a mind was cleared.

March 21, 2007


I believe I originally heard this idea from Steve Pavlina. The idea that there is no such thing as the “best” decision; there are only good decisions. He proposed the idea of not focusing so much on the “best” situation to be in, but to choose or be in a good situation and then go […]

“You are actually speaking very little of math.”

March 21, 2007


On one hand, life is a lot like math. On the other hand, life is rarely a formula. Inasmuch, when the variables and numbers are starting to walk away from the equation and off the page, it is mathematician that needs to retrace their steps to see where they went wrong. If the problem is […]