A gay person is left with only two options: live your life as a full lie, or come out and live the full truth as openly gay. A bisexual person, however, is less likely to come out because only one of their sexual preferences are socially accepted, encouraging them to suppress their other attraction. TheyContinue reading “Its Harder To Come Out As Bisexual Now Than Gay”
Minimalism and the 80/20 rule have a lot in common. It can be said that a minimalist reducing their possessions to the bare essentials is finding the 20% of their belongings that encompass 80% of their daily life activity.
But I would never forget what having a pretty girl on your arm did for how I was viewed in the world. And thus, any girl I would potentially add to my life had to be estimated on how my friends and the general population would react to it.
Photo Credit: Kaspar Eligitis The average individual’s definition of “relaxing” after a long day at work is coming home and watching TV. I see a problem with this, because the first thing you look forward to after spending the whole day producing for someone else, is to now consume from someone else. Retreating to entertainmentContinue reading “Creativity Is Leisure: Why You Should Consume Only What You Intend To Create”
I can recall a lecture from Sadhguru where a student had asked for advice on maintaining his spiritual practice while back home with his distracting family members. Sadhguru answered, in short, that your spirituality should never be so fragile. “It is the power of the mind to be unconquerable.” – Seneca I started to comeContinue reading “You Are What You Produce And Consume: Not A Product Of Your Environment”
Warren Buffett, CEO of Berkshire Hathaway and third wealthiest person in the world, celebrated his 89th birth day in August with McDonald’s for breakfast, ice cream for lunch, and candies and Coca-Cola all around. Oh, wait, no. That’s just his average every day diet. Buffett is notorious for literally putting his money where his mouthContinue reading “Warren Buffet: The One Reminder To Not Stress Out On Your Health Journey”
In other posts I have explained that often times we take actions based on our genes and biology (food and sex) and rationalize them later as if they were our own decisions. It’s possible that we do the very same with the concept of Life. In fact, some define consciousness itself as a rationalization; ourContinue reading “The Nature of Reality and the Meaning of Life”
This isn’t my first time around the block. I first started Keto around May of last year, but have struggled through that entire time to reach past 30 days. But this time, I truly reached the paradigm shift. It was during a meditation session two weeks on the night of my my latest binge session,Continue reading “14 Days Keto OMAD Anti-Candida Diet Review”
This isn’t my first time around the block. Before now, the longest streak I’ve ever had was 163 days. But even though I’m less than a 1/5th of my highest streak, hitting this milestone seems different this time. It’s as if the efforts of my previous streaks have compounded into a habitual memory and hasContinue reading “30 Days of No-Fap – Road to Self-Mastery”
If you’re a lover of mathematics, it would be quite the romantic idea that the Paretto Principle, the idea that only 20% of a population attain 80% of the results, would also be present in the dating world, but this statistical phenomena is only present in environments with a neutral measuring unit that every memberContinue reading “Is The 80/20 Rule In Dating Bogus?”