You don’t trust a lot of your instincts from when you were a kid (e.g. That you can fly, one day you ‘want to be a real T-Rex’, or that you actually get 3 lives IN REAL LIFE, like in Mario Bros*), so when something sets you off or upsets you, why trust those instincts (when they were probably formed around the same time)?

* That last one, my brother told me that one. When I found out it wasn’t true (when I was about 6), I cried.  When someone pisses you off, says something that just gets to you (and cuts deep), someone does something that immediately makes you uncomfortable, or something happens …

Getting upset with people is not about them doing things because they don’t like or respect you, it’s a question of how much you like and respect yourself – How to stay calm with people (Look for the pin)… The philosophy of: The School of Life

If someone pisses you off or disappoints you, that is not an issue of them purposely doing things because you are easy to take advantage of, you are stupid or that you don’t deserve respect. People doing things to upset us is decided by us. If someone disappoints us, it’s not …

A Deep Dive into: The absurdity of knowing (& understanding) other people [pt.1] – How is it possible to know what it’s like to be someone, if you can never ever actually ‘be’ them?

Do other people sometimes act weird according to you? And other times is it quite expected? The only thing unites (or divides) you and those people may be the what they do, but it may perhaps in no way at all be the why. Think about your entire life up until …

Maybe the truth is unattainable, but it’s possible to at least get close to it… and further away from what it’s not (The philosophy of: Plato’s Cave)

In Y Tu Mamá También, as part of their manifesto, the Charolastras believe that ‘The Truth is cool, but unattainable’. But that doesn’t mean you can’t try to attain it. And it may not be about learning what’s truth and then confirming it over and over, it might be more important to …