Gazing Upon the Prospect

And as I gaze upon the sunset,
The soft pastels burning in the sky;
I recall the prospects of my life,
Thoughts surely doomed to die.

The exciting prospect of adventure,
The placid prospect of a nap at noon;
The prospect of finding a few friends,
Of catching a maiden in mid-swoon.

The prospect of having no regrets,
Of living and experiencing to the max;
A life of luxuries and hardships,
Of never turning back.

The lofty notion of prosperity,
The dream of being financially free;
Of having more than you could spend,
Like money falling from the tree.

Waking up to the hope of sunrise,
Of watching it beam over the land;
Over windswept wastes and silence,
Over sunken scars and sand.

The prospect of seeing sprouts spawn,
New life springing strongly forth;
From the ruins of their forefathers,
Who ravaged and polluted this earth.

Our prospect of creating a world,
Many worlds that we could call our own;
And yet in the end all we would reap,
Is the destruction that we have sown.

Building imaginary empires of stone,
Our entire lives we slave;
For a generation that will never come,
One only destined for the grave.

And as our hope evaporates,
Rising upon the cursed wind;
Of creating a better world,
Of atoning for our sin.

We sit in solace at the prospect,
That life is but a game;
What of all that guilt we felt?
All the hurt and shame?

We play with each other’s feelings,
We speak and curse and shout;
And when it comes time to depart,
Leave no clue as to what it’s about.

And that is all life is,
A joke we tell our friends;
A temporal tick of the clock,
The variety of spice we blend.

In the end are we not just a tiny ember,
A withered frond that burned briefly?
A silly sentiment gone swiftly,
As the fire in our eyes goes out.

We are the dream of the butterfly,
The wild chimera that Lao Tze saw;
With wings so we could soar,
And defy the gravitational law.

And as the butterfly dreams,
So too are our prospects imaginary;
Frazzled figments of our best minds,
In our little bodies we will carry.

To our imaginary friends,
And loved ones we bring;
That imaginary notion of love,
That we all endlessly sing.

For what prospect does love have,
What purpose does it bring?
Merely a tool for survival,
Or for the lost and lonely to cling?

Cling to the hope that someday,
They will be happy and content;
That all their problems will be solved,
And the haters will repent.

Just as the butterfly does not recall,
The dreams of its past;
So too should we let go of it all,
Let memories breathe their last.

As we stand in the face of our impending doom,
Of certain demise we live on;
And in our hearts of stone and gloom,
The prospects have all gone.

That long last prospect of being,
That final solitary one;
A craven figure upon the dry earth,
Staring into the harsh sun.

To witness the world as it falls apart,
As the mountains roll into the sea;
To watch with your own eyes,
As our empires cease to be.

To breathe in the ashes of the charred remains,
What is left of our paltry existence;
A bittersweet ending to the words,
To the short life that we were gifted.

In our quest to find meaning,
The purpose of our lives;
We discovered the wealth of learning,
We multiplied in our hives.

We grew beyond our boundaries,
And lived in many lands;
But in the end we didn’t understand,
The madness that was in our hands.

And in our bid to make meaning and sense,
Of our bleak bustling businesses;
We found out that the purpose,
Is that everything is meaningless.

And as I gaze upon the sunset,
The soft pastels burning in the sky;
I think back to the good times,
Memories surely doomed to die.

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Tenet Review: The Spy Who Screwed with Time

It’s spy time! Don’t worry, no spoilers here.

Pacing is light speed, as is the dialogue, so subtitles don’t hurt but you do run the risk of missing all those delicious hidden Nolan nuggets interspersed throughout the film.

That and losing the plot amidst all the mad spy-fi action.

Yes, spy-fi is a genre now.

My advice for those watching it the first time is to take the advice given by the chick in the lab coat at the start of the film: “don’t think too much about it.”

At least not about the pseudo-science part. Do try to follow the characters and the flow of events throughout the film. If you can do that, then you should have a reasonably satisfactory experience. I suppose that applies to…most movies.

I must say Mr. Nolan has a knack for blending and balancing human emotion, sweet cinematography, fast paced action and wacky science and effects into his works. If you thought Inception and Interstellar were out there…then, well, Tenet isn’t that far off.

Set in what appears to be present times (or maybe not too long ago), Tenet is the name of a secret organisation that is tasked with preventing global catastrophe. Of course it would be typical of a spy film to have “save-the-world” stakes. Because of course it only takes one man or a team to save the world. Human power! Or hubris. But I digress.

And we are thrown right into the fray, from the second you step into the theatre to the credit roll, things just keep flying. Like you know that saying about having fun?

So yes, as you may already be aware, Tenet is all about time, and the wacky things you can do with a solid grasp of good time management. Also, there’s the Sator Square.

The Sator Square is an intriguing reference – if you’ve seen the film but never heard of the Sator Square, this might set off some light bulbs. Here it is below, for those of you who haven’t seen it yet:

S A T O R
A R E P O
T E N E T
O P E R A
R O T A S

Apart from the obvious name references in the film, the Sator Square is also a multi-directional palindrome, meaning it reads the same backwards and forwards and up and down. And at the centre of the square is tenet. You can see where Nolan got his inspiration from.

The Sator Square is an interesting bit of culture itself – it is a recurring motif in ancient history, from Pompeii to Italy to Syria. The meaning behind it is still something of a mystery, although it appears to have religious links.

That said, the Sator Square isn’t really that central to the film – it’s just a cool reference and the namesake, and perhaps an indicator that there will be some backwards and forwards business going on. But that’s about it. So…you’re welcome?

I must say Mr. Pattinson’s performance is truly top notch, as is Mr. Branagh’s. Of course we mustn’t forget the protagonist – an all round solid performance.

The protagonist does feel a little one-dimensional though, as his motives are never entirely elucidated. Is he just doing his job? Saving the world from an unseen and unknown threat? Does he actually like the lady? Or maybe he’s addicted to time travel?

So many questions, but not nearly as many as you’ll have when they start firing names, places, acronyms, code words, quips left right and centre. The characters are all clearly cleverer (that words somehow doesn’t sound right in my head) than all of us because they all seem to be able to keep up with the crazy shenanigans that go on in all the timelines and subplots of the film. But of course they do, they’re in the film!

No, that’s not what I mean. I mean if you were in their position in the movie, I imagine you’d have a tough time trying to figure out who is what and what to say to who when where. But then again, I imagine that’s what being in a real life spy campaign is like.

Also, long distance radio connection from an underground facility that is quite possibly still heavily radioactive? Hellooooo? I guess the film is actually set in the distant future when they can actually get a semi-stable halfway-decent internet connection.

The soundtrack is a little otherworldly, and I wonder what it would sound like played backwards. Might scream for Sator or Arepo or some deity’s name. I heard complaints about it being a little loud and overpowering the dialogue, but I felt the volume levels were reasonably well tuned. If anything the visuals in the action scenes were harder to follow, what with things happening in strange sequences and lots of little details thrown around.

Overall a clever film that makes you think (forces, I daresay) with enough action and drama to keep you on the edge of your seat even if you forget about all the sciencey physics defying stunts they pull.

But if you like to think things through and make sense of it all, then this film is definitely for you. I daresay they could turn it into a series, like Dark. And no, I’m not saying that because the main character is of a certain ethnicity.

And at the end of it all, I realised I don’t even know the bloody fool’s name. They forgot to name their protagonist.

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If They Could Talk

If dogs could talk, what would they say?

Would you wish for your dog or cat or pet to be able to converse in human language?

What would they actually say? What would your dog say about you and about your way of life? Or perhaps it would be all baby talk?

To be honest, I believe the big appeal of pets and animal companionship is the fact that they don’t talk.

So really, if I had a wish that could come true, I wouldn’t wish dogs or cats or any animals could talk. That would ruin it.

Just wish for them to live longer, perhaps.

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Well Fought, Brother (Tribute to Chadwick Boseman)

I remember where I was when I heard the news that Chadwick Boseman has passed away from a long battle with cancer. I was in a tropical jungle up on the hills, taking a brief break, when a friend broke the news that the man who was best known for playing the Black Panther was gone.

And this is my tribute to him, the man that inspired a generation, a man that was perhaps taken before his time.

However brief his life was, the legacy he left behind will resonate for generations to come. Rest in power, Chadwick Boseman.

Chadwick Boseman was a King at the 2018 Oscars
Chadwick Boseman
November 29, 1976 – August 28, 2020
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Mobile Phone Love

Have you noticed something?

Ever since mobile phone cameras became widespread, there have been a marked drop in apparition and UFO sightings.

Miracles also seem to be a thing of the past.

It seems mobile phones have done away with all things spiritual and spooky. Are mobile phones our saviour from the superstitions and fears of old?

Or have mobile phones become the new deity?

Now I sound like one of those pastors decrying false gods and idolatry.

Of course mobile phones are not inherently evil. They are merely a tool, a ubiquitous and seemingly omnipotent tool that will soon cure you and connect you to the Creator. Or maybe just the nearest single person.

What once started as a communication device is now our new best friend, our personal well of knowledge, our portable piggy bank, our source of joy and entertainment, our entire world.

What will mobile phones look like in another 10 years? 20 years? Will we have become one with our digital double? Will they have become greater than us? Or will they have become a true friend, the perfect companion in our own lonely little worlds?

Humans have always searched for companionship outside the usual social circles, beyond the typical human communities. Pets and plants, games and gadgets – humans have concocted a variety of things to provide interaction and fulfillment, at least for a time.

So why not the little device we carry with us everywhere?

Slowly we move in that direction, making it recognise and respond to our speech, making it identify and follow our gaze, making it come alive at our every touch.

Will we one day worship our perfect creation? The pinnacle of our technological prowess and evolution?

Will this sleek glossy rectangular wonder lead us into a utopia of unprecedented peace and prosperity?

Will we start making love to our mobile phones?

I bet most people already are.

I’m sure our phones have seen more of us than anyone else alive. More of our faces, more of our bodies, more of our thoughts, more of our lives. And they will remember more of our every living detail than we will.

Imagine for a moment that your mobile phone was sentient and had a mind of its own. What kind of shit would it have on you? The amount of things it has seen and been through and knows about you.

It’s a scary thought, isn’t it?

We invited it in, and now it is here to stay.

I, for one, welcome our new digital overlords.

Just kidding – don’t rely on your mobile phones too much kiddos. You never know what’s under the surface.

A tool should stay a tool, and not become more the wielder;
Else as we look down, closer we approach the reaper.

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The Meaning of Life: Work & Passion

Pedalling past green pastures to the sound of my heartbeat, I mused about what a splendid and wild world we live in.

And then as so often occurs in the history of mankind, I pondered the meaning of our existence, our fragile fleeting existence upon this mortal coil, this cyclical spirally soiled coil.

Our genetics insists that we should procreate and conquer our environment and adversaries and be merry in the face of certain demise.

What about leaving a legacy other than progeny?

Our religions insist that we should do good onto others and interact with each other within the rules that govern our spirit and mind, and be merry in the face of certain demise.

What if the deities are just assholes and there is no afterlife?

A quote from Dead Poets Society has always stuck with me:

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The full quote is this:

“We don’t read and write poetry because it’s cute. We read and write poetry because we are members of the human race. And the human race is filled with passion. And medicine, law, business, engineering, these are noble pursuits and necessary to sustain life. But poetry, beauty, romance, love, these are what we stay alive for.”

And the human race is filled with passion. What is this passion? According to evolution and religion, we are just meat-filled machines made to serve our instincts and base desires, to carry out our predestined duties in this preordained existence.

What is passion?

Some might say it is a device for us to procreate, a tool to create a legacy that will ensure the survival of our offspring, a divine gift to inspire others and bring about good in the world.

I feel passion is more than all that – it is closer to the thing we call our calling in life. The deep inner well that we draw our meaning from.

There are many I have seen who go through life without passion, a soulless meat drone going about the daily routine, a slave to the chores of life and the burdens of existence.

There is no passion there, there is no joy.

Having passion is more than just having a goal in life, something to strive towards. As the cliche goes – it is not just the destination, it is also the journey. And passion is the same – shouldn’t it be more than just attaining more wealth or more love or longer life?

Passions are ideas, relationships, dreams. The intangible made tangible.

Will the things I say awaken something in those who hear it? Will the lines I sketch alter reality? Will the words I write today change tomorrow?

Probably nothing ground breaking, nothing monumental.

But if it can even spark something in another person, implant the seed of future greatness, or make someone’s day, is that something?

What if evolution is right? What if all there is to existence is to make babies and ensure they go on to make more babies?

What if religion is right? What if there is an afterlife and all the good people get to have endless fun while the bad people are subject to eternal turmoil?

Both of these options seem rather meaningless to me. Both simply prescribe a means to an end, a way of life that does not help the present, that does not lead to progress or the true betterment of man.

But then again, what is progress? Doing things faster and more efficiently? Curing diseases so people can live longer?

For what? To continue to fuck for babies and fuck with one another until we fuck off this mortal coil?

Speaking with a friend about the meaning of life, he replied that it is up to the individual to determine the meaning of their own lives. And so I asked what he felt was the meaning of his life.

Was it to help his fellow man? To create and leave behind a legacy that would make the world a better place? To motivate, inspire and equip the next generation?

To do good works?

Is not our life’s work (or “day jobs” as some people refer to them) one of our defining purposes and major source of meaning in our lives?

A friend shared a story with me:

There once was a man who approached three construction workers and asked what they were doing.

The first worker replied simply: “I’m working hard to feed my family.”

The second worker responded proudly: “I want to learn and improve my skill so I can become a famous stonemason.”

The third worker stated humbly: “I am helping to build a grand cathedral for the church.”

All three workers clearly had different goals and ambitions (or lack thereof).

The first worker believed his work to be a means to an end – to feed himself and his family. Basic necessity, zero ambition.

The second worker believed in himself – he only saw his own future and what he wanted for himself, with no regard for the larger project that he was a part of.

The third worker’s response captured the true goal of the project at hand – he knew his own role in the scheme of things, and aligned his goals with that of his principal. He saw things not just from his own scope of work, but also from the perspective of the organisation, of the whole body of work. This type of worker is capable of seeing the end result and the value of the entire project. The third worker sees the big picture, and thus is believed to have the greatest chance of success.

Perhaps a somewhat dull tale about types of workers, but it does outline the different mentalities that people have. And if work is one of the greater purposes of our life, then shouldn’t we place more emphasis on it?

I imagine for much of the working class in today’s society, the work we do is simply a means to an end, akin to the first worker’s aim. We work to earn money so we can feed ourselves and our families and live happily ever after.

We work so we can make money so we can stay alive and perhaps travel every now and then.

Religion dictates that we work so we can provide not just for ourselves and our kin, but also to do good for the needy and less fortunate in our society, so we can store up karma and treasures in heaven.

So either way we have to work, right?

So we go through life working and working and making money. There is meaning in that.

But is it enough?

No? Then get better at what you do. Become the second worker.

Be the best that you can be, so the world will know you and acknowledge your amazing work. So you can get paid much much more for your work.

So I can live happily ever after with all that extra money I’ve made.

Then what?

How’s that for meaning?

Do I need to be the third worker? Do I need to see the bigger picture?

And what, pray tell, is the bigger picture?

At the end of my days, when I am old and shriveled, when my joints ache and bones cry out in pain, when my mind is sluggish and my smile is all I have left to offer, will I have found my meaning?

Or shall I just keep living my life in a blurred haze of busy work to make ends meet? Never once pondering further the meaning of things. Thinking about what life should be like, instead of thinking about what life is?

And when I’m nearing my end, will my frail heart waver and rue my life’s choices? Will I turn back to the old things that brought me comfort in my life?

Will I call out to my deity when my time has come?

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I Am Froot

Do you like Frooty Froot?

Of course you do – everyone likes Froot!

A character that has undergone more change than any other superhero in the franchise (both in physical appearance and personality), our lumbery friend has always captured the hearts of fans with his helpfulness and humour.

I admit I’m not usually one for jumping on the pop culture superhero comic bandwagon (or copyright infringement, for that matter), but I couldn’t help entertaining this random thought that came into my head a few days ago.

Talk about a delayed reaction.

I wasn’t even watching any Marvel movie or ogling Peter Quill or anything!

Anyway, I know it’s a bit late to the party, but here is my random contribution to the superhero pop culture. Enjoy the Froots of my labour!

Don’t get too Frooty now!

And there’s some other message in there…maybe about the importance of eating fruit or something. Whatever.

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阳光的陪伴 歌词与吉他普 by Sunnee 杨芸晴

阳光的陪伴 歌词与吉他普 (Sunnee 杨芸晴)

Lyrics and guitar chords (Original Song by Sunnee 杨芸晴)

Capo 3rd fret

Intro
Cmaj7 – Am7 – Dm – G

Cmaj7_____Am___________Dm
在傍晚阳光里 又把我们故事说起 yeah
______G
从没有忘记过 whoa
Cmaj7______Am__________Dm
走在云和雾里 让你感觉疲惫到快无法呼吸
____G
不想坚持走下去

Em__________Am___A7____Dm
太多事情让我们错过 很多美好
_______G
一直不停的向前跑
Em_________Am___A7
现在我想好好享受 这时光
____Dm_______G
抛开外界 这一切混乱

Cmaj7________Am________Dm
你的拥抱 充满爱的温暖 其他我都不管
G_____________Cmaj7
你就是我最阳光的陪伴
_____Am_________Dm
还有你的微笑 是最好的疗效
G________________F_C_G
天塌下来我们一起依靠

Cmaj7_____Am___________Dm
请你别离开我 我还有事情没有做 yeah
______G
再给我点时间 oo whoa
Cmaj7
想牵着你的手
Am_____________Dm
让你能够感受我就在你身边
______G
一起度过这快乐

Em__________Am___A7____Dm
太多事情让我们错过 很多美好
_______G
一直不停的向前跑
Em_________Am___A7
现在我想好好享受 这时光
____Dm_______G
抛开外界 这一切混乱

Cmaj7________Am________Dm
你的拥抱 充满爱的温暖 其他我都不管
G_____________Cmaj7
你就是我最阳光的陪伴
_____Am_________Dm
还有你的微笑 是最好的疗效
G________________F_C_G
天塌下来我们一起依靠

F_______Em
看着我的双眼
___Am
你会慢慢的看见
C______G____F
你和我那些浪漫画面
______Em
静止在这瞬间
____Am___C
我就在你面前
____G
向着你说我很爱

Cmaj7________Am________Dm
你的拥抱 充满爱的温暖 其他我都不管
G_____________Cmaj7
你就是我最阳光的陪伴
_____Am_________Dm
还有你的微笑 是最好的疗效
G
Na na na na na

Capo 4

你的拥抱 充满爱的温暖 其他我都不管
你就是我最阳光的陪伴
还有你的微笑 是最好的疗效
天塌下来我们一起依靠

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Sunnee in the flesh, apparently

And here are the translated lyrics in English:

In the rays of the setting sun
You recount our story together yeah
You never forget whoa
Let’s walk through the mist and clouds
Until you’re exhausted and can barely breathe
Until you can’t walk anymore

We’ve been so busy that we’ve
Missed so many good things
Always pushing ahead in life
I just want to enjoy the here and now
Escape the chaos of the outside world

Oh your embrace
Filled with the warmth of love
I care not about anything else
You are my sunniest companion
And your smile
Is the most effective medicine
If the sky falls we’ll lean on each other

Please never leave me
There’s still so much I want to do yeah
Please give me more time whoa
I yearn to hold your hand
To reassure you that I’m by your side
To enjoy our happiness together

We’ve been so busy that we’ve
Missed so many good things
Always pushing ahead in life
I just want to enjoy the here and now
Escape the chaos of the outside world

Oh your embrace
Filled with the warmth of love
I care not about anything else
You are my sunniest companion
And your smile
Is the most effective medicine
If the sky falls we’ll lean on each other

Look into my eyes
You will gradually realise
That our romantic fantasies
Grow still in this moment
As I turn to you
And tell you that I love

Your embrace
Filled with the warmth of love
I care not about anything else
You are my sunniest companion
And your smile
Is the most effective medicine
If the sky falls we’ll lean on each other

And in Chinese:

在傍晚阳光里 又把我们故事说起 yeah
从没有忘记过 whoa
走在云和雾里 让你感觉疲惫到快无法呼吸
不想坚持走下去

太多事情让我们错过 很多美好
一直不停的向前跑
现在我想好好享受 这时光
抛开外界 这一切混乱

你的拥抱 充满爱的温暖
其他我都不管
你就是我最阳光的陪伴
还有你的微笑 是最好的疗效
天塌下来我们一起依靠

请你别离开我 我还有事情没有做 yeah
再给我点时间 whoa
想牵着你的手
让你能够感受我就在你身边
一起度过这快乐

太多事情让我们错过 很多美好
一直不停的向前跑
现在我想好好享受 这时光
抛开外界 这一切混乱

你的拥抱 充满爱的温暖 其他我都不管
你就是我最阳光的陪伴
还有你的微笑 是最好的疗效
天塌下来我们一起依靠

看着我的双眼
你会慢慢的看见
你和我那些浪漫画面
静止在这瞬间
我就在你面前
向着你说我很爱
你的拥抱 充满爱的温暖 其他我都不管
你就是我最阳光的陪伴
还有你的微笑 是最好的疗效
Na na na na na

你的拥抱 充满爱的温暖 其他我都不管
你就是我最阳光的陪伴
还有你的微笑 是最好的疗效
天塌下来我们一起依靠

And here’s a lyric video so you can listen and sing along:

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The Joy of Learning

I guess thus far into this paltry existence of mine, if there is one nugget of wisdom I would want to impart to anyone going through any phase of life, it would be this: develop the joy of learning.

Life is always going to be full of ups and downs, highs and lows, full of surprises and changes. It doesn’t matter who we are or where we are born, we will all experience this crazy thing called life. And there are times where there will be challenges, whether big or small; in these times we have to adapt and overcome or fail and hopefully learn from it.

And I’ve realised that life is all about learning and being open to new things and experiences. If you’re not open to learning, then you’re not open to life.

If you don’t learn, then you’re stagnant – you don’t improve, you don’t learn from your mistakes, you don’t grow and develop, you don’t expand your horizons.

If your entire world remains in a static field of suspended status quo, then I suppose you could be forgiven for not needing or attempting to learn and advance yourself or the knowledge pool of the world.

I imagine there are people who go through life growing physically, but not mentally or emotionally. People who pander to their base instincts their whole life without learning a single thing, leaving the world almost the same as they left it, zero contribution with a little waste. Seems like a big waste. But hey, as long as they were happy, right?

How does happiness weigh into the equation?

Are people who enjoy learning happy? Are happy people constantly learning? It’s not something easy to put into a statistic or graph.

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Maybe not that hard, but it’s still a stretch to derive happiness purely from income level. You could say that those who are constantly learning or better at learning excel in academia and therefore excel at life (make more money), as the graph suggests, but I think that’s only one piece of the puzzle.

Firstly, let me put it out there that just because you enjoy learning doesn’t mean you’re good at it. And just because you’re good at learning doesn’t necessarily mean you’re good at applying whatever you’ve learned.

However, I would posit that those who enjoy learning or are good at learning tend to have a better outlook on life and a better chance at obtaining what it is they seek to achieve, simply because this attitude lends itself to curiosity and creativity, being open to new ideas and ways of doing things.

And if you’re not trying to achieve lofty goals, then at the very least you will have fun while you’re learning about this world and the things in this life. Why do I say that?

Because learning is the process of engaging and applying yourself to something. And if you develop a joy of learning, anything is possible!

You enjoy learning new languages so you can speak with your fellow human beings; you enjoy learning new recipes to spice up your meals; you enjoy learning new things about your friends and family so you get to know each other deeper and engage in more meaningful conversation (especially about the weather, oh boy!).

Learning can be as simple as picking up a new piece of trivia: did you know that Geoff the Robot on the Late Late show with Craig Ferguson was designed and built by Grant Imahara?

Grant Imahara Panel at Supanova 2014 – Capsule Computers
RIP Mr. Imahara

Think of it this way: learning is the avenue by which you perceive the world around you. You see with your eyes and hear with your ears, but you learn with all your senses. If you enjoy learning things, you will experience things in new and wonderful ways. Well, sometimes they may end up being dull or downright unpleasant, but at least now you know!

So yes, there is a risk to learning – you may uncover undesirable knowledge, knowledge that will haunt you until the day you die. But in the end, at least you can rest peacefully knowing that you knew the truth.

The X-Files - X-Files Wiki - David Duchovny, Gillian Anderson

My point is, no matter your lot in life, where you’re at or what you do, learn to enjoy the learning process. Always be open to learning new things, and relish the journey of learning. Never be afraid to ask or to try something just because you think you’ll look stupid.

Life is too short for that.

Learn first, ask more questions later.

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