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May 2019

0 In Consistency

The Ability To Change Our Opinion Based On New Information Is True Maturity

In the past, I used to believe that the rigidity of my opinions makes me a strong person. I imagined that I was mentally weak, if I changed my opinion hither and thither based on passing fancy. And partly that might be true. I don’t want to become the kind of person who changes the kinds of eggs she eats or the style of coffee she drinks, because the people around her change their preferences. Like in the movie with…

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0 In Creativity

Napping Is Becoming A Daily Part Of My Creative Process

When I was younger, in my teens, or twenties, I used to believe that napping is a huge waste of time. I used to look at a sign of weakness. If I couldn’t get through the long days without sleeping, then that meant that I wasn’t strong enough to live in the real world. Even if I was exhausted because of the long hours, waking up at 5am, and going all the way till 10pm, I refused to succumb and…

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