There is a great how-to-ism all over the world, and every person, particularly the modern contemporary mind, has become a how-to-er: how to do this, how to do that, how to grow rich, how to be successful, how to influence people and win friends, how to meditate, even how to love. The day is not far off when some stupid guy is going to ask how to breathe. It is not a question of how at all. Don't reduce life into technology. Life reduced into technology loses all flavor of joy. - OSHO
Sometimes I wish I can be as savage as Mai from Nichijou. She is the most low-key savage person I have ever come across in my life.
When I'm working, my computer slows down sometimes and I think to myself why is 6GB of RAM not enough? Why?
One of the most valuable things life has done for me is it has freed me of everything. All of my fears, all of my concerns, all of my questions and answers. Everything is gone. Now I am alone. And for that I cannot thank life enough.
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