Life calendar is a Tim Urban-inspired tool of stoic nihilism for those going through an existential crisis. These squares are the weeks from birth to (probable, taking the average in Europe) death at around 80 years of age:
Oh, how many stories, books, movies, series, anime and video games have been created about magical portals. One moment you're living your earthly life, the next you're stepping through a door (or gate), the next you're on another planet.
"Ah, if only I met the right person... We'd be together, we'd be happy, everything would be better..."
The argument from novelty is another type of chronological snobbery: the claim that what is NEW predates something. Although there is not.
I was recently Vipassana in meditation training. There was a lot of talk about that everything comes in waves. It comes, goes, increases, decreases, itches more, itches less, interesting, not interesting, you want to read more what is written here, you don't want to read more what is written here, you want to fix your hair, you don't want to, you want to achieve goals, you don't want to...
There are two types of criticism.
Neurobics are exercises that activate and stimulate both parts of your brain. The main goal of this method is to restore "tired" neurons in the brain.
The life of single people is like a holiday, like cherry blossoms.
of the second -
Goal of the day: 643 words. Written: 664.
Goal of the day: 472 words. Written: 719.
Analysis paralysis - have you heard of this one? I'm sure of one thing: maybe you haven't heard about it before, but you've definitely experienced it.