Joined 3 years ago
Author, developer engineer, and Technical Writer.
From the opening minutes of David Foster Wallace's 2005 Kenyon College commencement speech, in which he questions commencement speech conventions, it's clear that Wallace has some serious wisdom to share. The crux of his speech: Many of us are oblivious to our own close-mindedness. We picture ourselves as the centers of our own, individual universes, instead of seeing the bigger, more interconnected picture.
My articles are about personal growth, health and well-being, friendships and relationships, business and investing tips, science, and educational topics.
My ability to write has always been a valuable coping skill. I lean on my creativity for comfort & sanity by conveying my emotions into words. This key element remains constant in my life.
Hopefully, when you read my articles, you will draw your own conclusions, knowing that these are simply my own personal opinion.
With an Engineering Degree in Computer Science.
"We do not need magic to change the world, we carry all the power we need inside ourselves already: we have the power to imagine better."
3 years ago
We all want to be happy. But what is happiness? We agree on one purpose That all of us want to be happy. But How? Is it exist in Reality?
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