ceshaver1. You are 100% allowed to tune out anyone who asks, “So, what’s your plan?” You don’t need to respond to your dad’s friend’s second cousin and talk to him about graduate school applications. 2. You can burn out on social engagements too. Wanting to spend time with everyone is completely understandable, but don’t forget…
There are many annoying things about advertising. How loud and in your face it can be, The way you are sold a product through an (often highly polished and unrealistic) image of a coveted lifestyle, And the way women’s heads are periodically removed from their bodies: But one theme in advertising that has been bothering […]
Dima Viunnyk“Maybe you’re just being too selective,” my friend nonchalantly offers, bringing a Corona bottle to her lips. We are sitting in a bar, one of her choosing, and airing our grievances about life. She’s unhappy with her career, or lack of as she says, and I’m trying to solve my personal dichotomy of wanting…
Pertama-tama supermohon maaf untuk kakak asprak penkom saya, Kak Devin dan Kak Ihsan karena saya baru bisa posting sekarang.
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Cause Billy Joel said “…it’s okay to loose a day or two”
Do something pointless for 20 minutes this week.
Do something devoid of meaning, devoid of effectiveness, something having little or no sense or purpose.
That may be tough for you to pull off. Our American culture has always been purposeful and effective. We pushed West to get more and more land. Manifest Destiny filled our scruffy settlers with meaning and they pushed. Full of purpose and meaning, we pushed for bigger and better and faster and more. We made cars. Then more cars and bigger cars. Rockets were even faster than cars. We shot upward full of purpose into space. We planted a flag on the land of the moon, that beckoning frontier. We have always been an active culture, pushing effectively for bigger-better-faster.
Our wages grew the whole time. Our success grew and grew, we were effective and purpose-filled. By the 1970s we led the world in many ways…
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Disconnecting life of oneself leads to a greater way of engaging the life itself. I have always loved people-watching,. It has been wonderful most of the times. Get inspired, they said. Or if you come forward to be beneficially oriented, go on people-watching. It reflects you somehow.
There are really two types of walkers: those who are just looking to get from place to place, and those who are looking while going from place to place.
Although Walter Benjamin would turn flânerie into a scholastic pursuit in the 20th-century, it was Charles Baudelaire who first established the idea of the flâneur. A flâneur, literally meaning a “stroller” or “saunterer” in French, is someone who falls into the second category. He is an urban explorer, a street connoisseur, a person who walks as a means to reflect on a city’s history, and, as a writer carries his pen, the flâneur carries a deep knowledge about industrialization, architecture and urbanity with him everywhere he goes.
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