Schopenhauer on style – timeless wisdom on writing from the 19th-century German philosopher
"The researchers found that the group given a break to work on an unrelated task (the Myers-Briggs test) generated the most ideas… One possible explanation for these findings is [that] when you work on a problem continuously, you can become fixated on previous solutions… Taking a break from the problem and focusing on something else entirely gives the mind some time to release its fixation on the same solutions and let the old pathways fade from memory. Then, when you return to the original problem, your mind is more open to new possibilities – eureka moments."
“Practice kindness all day to everybody and you will realize you’re already in heaven now.”
— Jack Kerouac
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Guinevere Van Seenus by Erik Madigan
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"El encuentro de dos personas es como el contacto de dos sustancias químicas: Si hay alguna reacción, ambas se transforman"
Carl Jung (via elcielosobremi)