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Month: January 2013


The mind often doesn’t allow you to logically understand who is right and who is wrong. For example, in a discussion, if you have a particular mindset, in the end, no matter how many arguments you make, you will still return to your mindset and your desired outcome. A good way to avoid this is to keep track of the number of failures in the discussion. For example, if you use the word “however” more than 5-4 times in a discussion, it’s likely that your argument is not correct and you are just thinking you are right because of your mindset.

Beetle-oriented masculinity

One of my friends tweeted: “My logical part says that boys also have the right to be scared of beetle, but another part of my mind doesn’t accept this.”
Being a man is not a requirement, a privilege or something unusual, it’s like being forced to.
Imagine you are on a highway and you see that there was an accident, both drivers are injured and dying. When you get off and see that there are many people there, the likelihood that you will go and help them is close to zero. There is a psychological reason that a doctor has written about in his blog.
But if you are alone at that moment, you will try your best to save them, despite the fact that you have a psychological problem.
In my opinion,
Life is the same, when you know who is going to kill the beetle, you can easily be scared of it.
But when you see someone else who is afraid of the beetle and you are the only one who can overcome that fear, you can’t even think about fear or anything else.
The beetle example was just a starting point, it applies to everything in general.

Paradox of being different

It is strange to try to be different and understand that all these efforts are just to be ordinary. Like people who create differences and try to eliminate them. I am confused about those who try to be different. After a while, you realize that all the trouble and effort put into being different is just for the sake of being ordinary. You eventually come back to square one.

This paradox highlights the irony of trying to stand out in a world where everyone is striving for the same thing – to be average. It seems that in our pursuit of uniqueness, we often end up with the same result as everyone else. This phenomenon can be disheartening, but it’s important to remember that true uniqueness lies in our individuality, and not in the things we do or the way we look. Embracing who we are and what makes us special is the key to finding true fulfillment and happiness.

I’m going to dead inside

Generally, my life is based on the idea that everything I get and every event that occurs is purely accidental. I always strive for the results of my actions to be directly the result of my will and desire. The only situation where I can fulfill this desire is if there is no logical way for me to avoid that desire. And this is exactly the reason why I’m dead inside now.