Sunflower faces

I have expressed my dislike about the Netherlands enough. It's about time to share my appreciation to the things I truly liked and actually miss. Simple statistics. I like to meet new people and I admit to going to a lot of tinder dates. Yeah, I might be a weirdo. What a great way to... Continue Reading →

One hundred minutes of rain per day

A few years ago I went to Istanbul with the ERASMUS+ study programme. That semester was one of the best times of my life - you travel, party, discover yourself and the world, devour inspiration from history and the nature. I thought that my second Erasmus should be something different that it should be about... Continue Reading →

About relationships, again

Many people have mentioned me their judgments about students going abroad for a semester and immediately finding themselves lovers or partners for life. They have expressed their concerns that "youth nowadays cannot just enjoy life, they must partner up the moment they experience freedom" indicating that they think it's wrong that people - statistically more... Continue Reading →

Why are you conscious?

Susan Blackmore asks the cuestion "Are you conscious now?" in her "Consciousness - an introduction" over and over again, making you eventually remember to ask that from yourself a few times per day. How can I know I'm conscious? How does it feel to be conscious? What's the difference between consciousness and focus? What the... Continue Reading →

When you feel like $#!7

Nod if you've ever felt down. Emotional rollercoasters in the negative are philosophized to be good and even necessary for being able to appreciate and enjoy the peak experiences and moments of joy - pure or not. However, whenever those lows hit, the last thing in most of our minds is appreciating the different experience.... Continue Reading →

Study, study, study…

When it comes to textbooks, what most people recall is dull texts of how some author says how things are, and reading through them holding onto your chair as if otherwise you'd take off like a rocket - they're that bad. At least the school ones. However, there's one explicitly recommendable one I stumbled upon... Continue Reading →

Predictions in Mind

As I was sitting at that table, opposing my strange Tinder date, his suit too wide from the shoulders and socks too short to cover legs while seated, he exclaimed: "There will be a day when all that happens in the world could be explained and predicted with physics!" referring to being able to measure... Continue Reading →

Five things I learned selling fireworks

Christmas music sucks The shopping centre my little explosives booth is set up has the same playlist for each day. Same hour, same song. The whole day constitutes of a variety of a few alternative songs, a few popsongs, and some christmas music. 10:45 Adele, „Hello from the other siiiiiiiide“ and around 3pm it’s time... Continue Reading →

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