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"Everything counts a little more than we think..."

31 December 2018 Monday

Thank you 2018

at 11:11 pm

Some things I learned/realized/further clarified in 2018:

  • I’m way better at washing dishes when wearing noise-cancelling headphones, listening to danceable music.
  • My feelings are my own, and require no answer/reciprocation/feedback from others to sustain.
  • I love a lot of people.
  • Caring does not dictate responsibility nor require action.
  • Friendstacking ftw. This dates back to middle school, though crystallized beautifully in Tallinn.
  • There is a rhythm in everything to be attained, obtained, if patiently allowed to develop; patterns require data, requires multiple points and sets.
  • I have super cute nieces.
  • Non-fabric soles are necessary for my indoor slippers; I am reckless with my limbs at home around corners and furniture.
  • I really love the people I love.
  • People are amazing.
  • I accept that there are different kinds of love, though my experience maintains: if it is real it does not end; relationships change, as do intentions, interpretations, and needs; actions, wants, and feelings have no mandatory correlations.
  • Mortality matters.
  • Health is Everything. r.i.p.
  • Some favorite/controversial words: Gala, Trebuchet, Decal
  • Judgement serves effectively only as a very temporary state to inform action; it sours and decays quickly and mixes very poorly with just about every other color.
  • Places are secondary to people and purpose.
  • Chocolate chip cookies are the best.

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