A Miscellany of Quotations: A Few Thought-Provoking Passages from Fiction

I finished reading Chitra Banerjee Divakaruni's Before We Visit the Goddess today, and I'd like to share a few passages from 125-128, the pages that had the most impact on me. The book is an excellent read, and in the selections below, I've tried to avoid spoilers. Far as I know, I've never been inside … Continue reading A Miscellany of Quotations: A Few Thought-Provoking Passages from Fiction

A Visual Representation of Intellectual Development

Sometimes, I mention that I was extremely overconfident in my teens and early 20s, which was followed by a colossal intellectual paralysis of self-doubt in my late 20s that resolved in my early 30s, thank Apollon. It's very common to need to work through things in one's 20s, go to therapy, do self-development, &c., &c., … Continue reading A Visual Representation of Intellectual Development