I consider myself a pollinator in the similar sense as Socrates considered himself a midwife. In case, you're unable to grasp the analogy; then, you can simply consider a piece of knowledge or wisdom as a pollen, and my use of the term will start making sense.
I'm fond of minimalism, harmony, symmetry, precision, eloquence, moderation and simplicity; but do understand that not all are possible, neither desirable, everywhere -- not quite all the time. I have a balanced attitude by a determined pragmatism.
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