People are gathering in the hall. Books surround them. I sit at my table, anxiously awaiting someone to approach me, someone to show even a moniker of interest in what I’ve wrote, the covers I designed, or even me. Do I look like an interesting enough person to talk to? Or am I just another … Continue reading When I Must Interact
Is lying to ourselves ever good?
Where does anxiety come from? Does it come from a big event? Does it come from some great existential crisis? Or does it come from an accumulation of little things? Something occurred to me yesterday. I was looking at my car and noticed the damaged decal that had been on my car since the last … Continue reading Small Things
We live in a very narrow field. Our planet in on a narrow band within a star system. Our bodies must maintain a very narrow temperature range with our own body only able to manage a slightly less narrow range without the aid of our inventions. What we see falls in a narrow band of … Continue reading Narrow
Habit is that thing that you often do without thinking. Often we only think about habit when it is an inconvenience, when it is something that we want to expunge from our life. And while we identify these habits as the obstacles in the way of progress, such as smoking, or such as my pot-a-day … Continue reading Habitual