I’m amazed by how much of an attention span I have.
Was reading “A brief history of time” by Stephen Hawking. Though I learned a little bit more (about the reason why and how we found out about the Earth circulation around the Sun, and the light cone in relative of time, etc.) I still feel like I’m very much dumbfounded with lots of issues. It has not really solved any of my current problems, and it did not help me finish my homework.
Is it just me or that someone else also procrastinated by reading random stuff?
I opened Facebook again, and I was not impressed. Honestly, going on Facebook has always been a waste of time. But also, fear of being judged. After a while, I realized I didn’t know half of the people on my friend list. I realized that none of them know who I am in person, and whoever know me in person, we would probably have minimal interactions on line. In my university, I was able to avoid peer pressure to the minimum, by keeping my friends circle small. But the downside of it is that you would never really know so much outside of your circle.
By the way, should I really go get the physical version of A brief History of time, as well as Atomic Habits?
Maybe just for the sake of the photos. Honestly, posting on social media of what I do, is just the externality of the matters. I wouldn’t be able to do this if I’m not happy about myself yet.
Oh, also, I realized that social media wasn’t that bad (except Facebook as a social networking place, I just hate the overwhelming feeds and everything it has). I think social media could just be a different way to connect to strangers. But at the same times, I fantom the idea of being anonymous. It’s fun though, to say whatever and not being responsible for it. Though I know I’m not anonymous over here. You would probably know briefly who I am.
I realized how knowledge could be so useless, if it is not used (duh). But for real, whatever that it’s in front of us, there are a few solutions that if we apply well, we can solve it easily. Not to look too far away for extraordinary matters. But just very practical things we can do.
I know that I’m just avoiding my problems at the moment and that’s such a coward thing to do. But hello, I will continue to do my work.
I will report to you once I’m done with my work.
(Initially I thought that having 5 items on my checklist would be too little, but now I realized that I have been spending the whole day to accomplish one single important task,..I’m not sure whether that was a great thing, obviously not, but at least I’m making progress?) I don’t know for sure.
There are things within my reach that I can put myself going through to be much more efficient and effective.