I was bad because it was hard.

A bad handling of a difficult situation shouldn’t be justified by the difficultness of the situation. It’s important to treat them as two separate events which should, if anything, be inversely correlated. That is to say, the more difficult the situation, the better it should be handled. But instead, a common occurrence seems to be: …

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When choice appears

If you concentrate everything you are into a single point, then that is one extreme. If you spread everything you are everywhere, then that is another extreme. Once you recognise those two extremes, choice appears.

The words “NOVEL” and “OBVIOUS.”

Which is easier to notice, “novel” or “obvious”? novel /ˈnɒv(ə)l/ adjective interestingly new or unusual. obvious /ˈɒbvɪəs/ adjective easily perceived or understood; clear, self-evident, or apparent. What does it mean when something is “novel”? It means that thing is interesting, new and/or unusual. A use case example from the Oxford dictionary is: “he hit on …

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