What I’ve learned from life can be broken down simply, but that life itself is a rather more complex thing to communicate to people I meet.  When I started this blog I didn’t want it just to be an extension of my ego, so I intentionally structure my writing style to make it less personable, more focused on the science of what I understood, rather than who I am.

Of course, this tends to make me come off as more of a douche, but yeah, sometimes I guess that’s an accurate depiction of my character.  I’m a smart guy who loves figuring out the patterns buried within chaos, this tends to upset those enmeshed within that chaos, while it’s happening.

I grew up different, but that allows me to see things that others seem to overlook.  I took me a long time to realize the value of being different.  I thought it meant there was something wrong with me, that I was of less value.  Contemplating individuality through comparative logic brings people into duality, which creates the divisions which draw us apart.

See that?  I broke away from myself to illustrate a point I thought might be relevant, but it ultimately made things more confusing in the process.  Yup, that’s the kind of thing that happens…

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