The Problem is Me

This essay is a humbling reminder to my future self that the problem is me. Individualism, to a fault, is my exaggerated life mentality. This, of course, is over-emphasized in this essay and I do recognize the reality – inequality, unfairness, and victim of circumstance. Though I am cognizant of those issues, I believe internalization is the only remedy for reality.

Bluntly put, the problem is me. 

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Over

A quote that came up in conversation last night has kept me thinking: “the game is only over when you say it is over.” I really enjoy this self-deterministic, somewhat naive perspective for approaching life.

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Door to Door Delivery

Have you ever had a package stolen from your front door? I did…last year. And it was a completely foreign concept to me when it happened to me. Growing up in the suburbs, which saw very little crime, I had no idea that “mailbox safety” was such a privilege. But it is.

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Moving items

Writing this down for the sake of writing this down – I think logistics is a space that will be massively disrupted over the next few decades. That is not necessarily a super unique prediction – tons of companies are now entering the space – but it is one that I think will be impactful.

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Simple Words

In this essay, I consider big words to be complicated, advanced words. I think of simple words as basic, elementary type-words.

Learning to write with simple words is really hard. I think, especially in school (high-school), students are taught that complex terminology is more sophisticated and professional.

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Creation of Ideologies

This essay is not about “religious” beliefs (Judaism, Christianity, Muslim, etc.). It is not a political argument. Rather, these thoughts explore the notion of “what is a religion?” in the first place?

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Physical Space

Space is underrated. Not the atmosphere kind of space, I am talking about talking about the bedroom kind of space. The floor kind of space. Owning/renting your own place is empowering.

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I wish I understood

As a person who greatly values personal liberties, I think the right to ask questions is extremely important. As you can tell by the nature of this blog…I ask tons of questions. While I do not always say them out loud, I am always thinking, in my head, how things work, why things are a certain way, and if they could/should be changed. This can get annoying to others. It can also be annoying to me.

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