Life & Philosophy

Into the vortex of interestingness

We try to put things in the right order so we can find and solve even more problems.

The lighthouse in our mind is always moving faster than any dimension of reality. First, we act, and then we deduce. Lessons emerge from all the scars.

The impulse to learn more keeps the story of life flowing into a vortex of interestingness. The end goal is to avoid the maw of cynicism, as it works like a magnet in dire times.

Stimulation-seeking people look for a way of life. They feed off chasing ideals and improvising off risks. They are the sole judge of themselves, well-informed amateurs, fighting for simple awareness and the right to exercise real choice.

Thinkers keep digging deeper into the hole, seeking out the next set of burning questions.

Life & Philosophy

A test of aliveness

What is interesting is worth pursuing. When you follow your intuition and catch what’s fresh, the less compelled you are to chase absolutes.

The curious mind keeps open all avenues of inspiration. It also steals from the lives of other people as part of the collection, knowing that others offer insight into surviving a deep, perplexing world. Hello, biographies!

A healthy dose of stress and discomfort will always be part of the growing process as an insurance policy against stagnation. In other words, chaos is a paradoxical simulation of order.

Variables are what keeps one feeling alive and therefore sane. On the contrary, automatons and sheep follow non-thinking patterns that serve the work of the devil.