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You got me there

In address, reflection on June 27, 2012 at 12:00

You, there. You have exposed some rusty cogs in my thoughts processes, and I friendly despise you for that. The rest of the engine has awakened again by the way, after so many years of dusty oblivion; I guess I should thank you for that. But today there was something off: the engine was heating, abnormally. Read the rest of this entry »

Maybe I’m not the right person to ask

In address, reflection on June 26, 2012 at 12:00

When you expressed last Friday your interest in my opinion about you trying to decide how to shape your future, I felt honored. Many thanks for trusting me; although I don’t believe you should trust me too much on this.

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Wait, maybe that was wrong

In address, reflection on June 25, 2012 at 12:00

Two days ago, we considered together the difficulty to move forward, and we mulled over the question of “why.” Yesterday, I presented you the four-base model I had used so far to recognize the drive in other people.

You see, one aspect of my crisis is that I am not sure this model makes sense, or, even if it made sense, whether it is desirable to determine a “drive” at all. Here’s why.

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What about them?

In address, reflection on June 24, 2012 at 12:00

Yesterday, we saw that answering your “why” may be an important step to decide what you are going to do next. If you are anything like me, chances are it’s difficult for you too. Did you know different people have quite different answers to it?

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Late night musings

In address, reflection on June 23, 2012 at 13:44

What now? That was the question that kept a friend and myself busy over the telephone for about an hour yesterday.

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Look at the former self

In reflection on June 11, 2012 at 02:26

Lately I have been entertaining myself in the evening by playing and replaying Diablo 3.

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Too many “friends”?

In hack on June 2, 2012 at 17:43

How to organize your contact list, 21st century-style. Read the rest of this entry »