January thoughts about the things I learned in 2017
To be completely honest, to me 2017 felt like some weird thriller-comedy, directed by Quentin Tarantino and written by George R.R. Martin. I won't argue why I leave it solely to one's own reflection.
However, there are a few things I learned last year :
Buddha was right. Or Buddha was. Or, was. Or, nothing.
Science and Bible argue the existence of the same thing.
People can never fully interact with each other because there is always a language barrier, but harmony can be obtained by being aware of that.
Honest introspections hold life lessons.
Reality shifted. Trump is president.
Duncan's diet must have worked because Duncan truly believed in it.
A hundred scientists can tell you a hundred different true stories about a drop of water.
Perception creates belief.
The difference between a live guitarist playing on regular Thursdays in a club and a live guitarist filling up stadiums is chance.
All knowledge in the world is useless if you remove the reference point.
I am because of and thanks to everything around me.
The smallest expectations hold the best results. :)