An article about overcoming anxiety, and learning my way around it
This is a post about elephants and their need to be seen and acknowledged. Kind of.
Ever wondered how Lebanese politics and Game of Thrones merge?
How freeing is the concept of loving beyond understanding, beyond attachment and ownership, beyond need and lust? What if you are able to completely see the other person not in their utility but in their own existential value?
Is it really not Europe? Because when I got on this bicycle I thought I was going to Rembrandt square, how the hell did I end up in Verdun? Oh hi, I’m sorry, does my face look poor? Oh or maybe because I’m using my legs to walk and not driving a fancy car? No? …
You get to choose your team if you are lucky, you get to choose your baton as well. All I really want to get to finally, is that although we are a species highly susceptible to distraction, make your part count, give it everything you've got because you just might be the runner who changes it all.
“You have to turn ethnography inward and learn how your peers and leaders make decisions before you try to use data to influence those decisions.” Erika Hall Reading the quoted article on Medium about research I came across the above 2 lines, and they took me straight to the day, THAT DAY. My boss was …