Musings

In order to “hack life,” we have to make deductions from past events, than validate/invalidate those deductions through experimentation.  That sounds simple and straightforward.

In practice, it’s the exact opposite.  It’s frustrating, humbling, and often paradoxical.  But after the dust settles, after the transient pleasure from empty methodology has dimmed and faded, it’s incredibly rewarding.

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