Survival Today | Concord

What we learn from the standard way of solving standard problems is that, eventually, the solution will rot and stink. It is not the experiment that changes. It’s the variables. Survival today is not the same as survival back then. Laying down the blueprint of today’s era on top of the former eras to trace out whatever we can trace from them will give us context of flecked causal analysis here and there. But it won’t reproduce the same results.

Digital Minimalism: The First Step is to Let Go | Concord

The initial program the giants made sure everyone’s on board with is to contrive a futuristic and promising world: a world where time and distance are no longer troubles. This master plan rebuilt schools and government organizations to create employable graduates. These citizens, then, created a community of creators (doctors, engineers, actors, scientists, etc.) out of the saluted ideology that postulated going backwards is the death of this age.

Is journal-keeping even worth it? | Concord

Anything eventually grows pornographic if the need to synthesize and glamorize it subsists into labeling it as a ‘habit’ and treating it as way more than that. Just like obsession, no matter what angle you look at, it can never be seen as healthy or good.

Tangible Thoughts | Concord

We generate sixty to eighty thousand thoughts a day. We create a network of people to lip-service the guise of what our minds can do. If it’s not wearing a tuxedo, quickly rent one from the city and dress it up. The claim that we’re business-minded entrepreneurs, self-employed telemarketers or social media influencers isn’t enough. Doll up our little buddy and it does the hard-work for us.