I completely agree with you on your first paragraph. You can see my response to pleasestopthis - same applies.I have no idea what any of that attachment is about. All I can say is I like the visual elegance of math, but that is where the appreciation ends. Full stop. Oh and Goodwill Hunting. Damn fine piece of writing, that script.
"Make anything" in what sense? Like with wood, metal, electronics?
Exactly, I grew up doing woodwork, but in Uni I was trained to do metal work and electronics, aswell as mouldmaking using plaster, silicone, resin, foam etcI can make anything
Lol dont say that
I'm following you. That's some good humour and humility right there.
@AmandaYVR okay lol
Love is easy; meeting the right person? Not so much
@Capnjaques You think love is the easy part? Wow. Even when both people are in love, it's complicated, or complex.I have heard that many today are asking, "How do I know when the person is the 'right' person?" The answer is: you never know. You make a best, most informed guesstimate. There is no certainty. It's a difficult decision and then you must roll with what happens.
I guess it depends on the person. I have a much simpler view on life than many people. For me it is easy,
@Capnjaques Ok then 😉
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Ah bite me Mr. Thumbs down
Answer to the second: get a rubber squeegee like the highrise tower commercial cleaners use. They're magic. (And then watch a youtube video on the angle technique.) Forget vingar, Windex, paper towels, microfiber, all that.
wow, very interesting.
what do you mean by fire performing? do you mean fire dancing? cuz that's pretty cool!
Yeah fire dancing and thank you
(Completely agree with you on the first part. I don't like the wording, myself, either. I didn't exactly choose it. I read it elsewhere a year ago and just wrote it down verbatim. But it is interesting how people choose to phrase their answers.)
Lol. What's the trouble with putting sheets on? Are you trying to tuck in all the corners? (If not, it may just be the difference with all the varying mattress heights and how most bottom sheets are 'fitted' now, whichh actually are not a tight fit on many.)
Why? Because you become more aware of how much you don't know? You could also be discounting the things you do learn over time, no?
wholly mackerel... quite impressive, you may make a great monk some day if you keep working it. Remember as the band RUSH so rightfully said..."if you choose not to decide, you still have made a choice! yeahiah". So you are now doing 4 things! WOW!
@lightbulb27 and Curabyron - i had the same reaction when i read the answer... a monk! and i still love that answer!
@lightbulb27 your making me feel like a dumb genious
bahahahahh! better than an idiot sauvant tho!
@kymberz also better then a dumb doctor
Uhm... what? (the first, not the second)
There's a sex joke in there somewhere, I just know it
good one! how doing that? I made a lot of progress on this a while back. trust your "gut", use your empathy! heal your wounds.
Yes! One major thing I am practicing is going with my very first though and as you said, trusting that my intuition is always right.
Thought* (not though)
Ooh, interesting. I have zero problem with that one, myself.Have you heard the idea that intuition is actually just based on knowledge gained from experiences, so your 'gut' is really just helping you to make decisions based on everyithing you've acquired up to that point? I hear various things about intuition, it's referenced often, but I now see it as less abstract and more grounded than I once did.
I'm not so sure about that. I think there is a layer beyond that... but I could be mistaken. If been able to sort out lies from truth by my gut, not my flawed emotion. But my emotion takes control and is what screws me, so the gut was right!! Trust the gut! that gut may be the intelligence literally south of the brain... maybe?
Could be! That’s an interesting way to look at it. But, I look into life pretty deeply so it’s hard for me to think it’s simply a feeling based off experiences, especially since I haven’t experienced anything that would effect me to that extent. But. It’s still a perception that could be true. I like the mystery of not knowing. 😊
there's a whole train of thought out there that says our instinct/intuition (male/female), that feeling in our gut, is actually our ancestors in our dna providing warnings to us. for example - and this has happened to everyone - you know, you walk into a new place or meet a new person and you immediately feel uncomfortable and want to get the heck out of there like yesterday? ya, that feeling. some think that's the ancestors in our dna doing what they do best - let us live our lives and only step in to warn us. and who knows? maybe one day science and technology can catch up and discover that for us? because wasn't it only like 50yrs ago that the Vatican made an official announcement that Galileo was no longer an heretic? there's nothing like the awesome combination of science, religion and technology to suck all of the magic and stories out of life!
Alright, I looked it up but you got me. What is silverpicking? (she said cringing)The bunny goes through the hole.
Finding silver at thrift stores and table top sales that has been missed or is just undervalued and buying it cheap... I currently have 8oz of retailable silver that is worth about £220 but I could scrap at £88 and it owes me £22 so I'd make 300% if I melt it or 1,000% if I retail it... gold is rarer but even better my best gold was scrapped at 22,300% of what I paid but that was a once a decade hit... double is common but 30 times my investment is acchivable once you get the skills downSorry about the rambling but that was touching on the basics the full thing would fill a book
I'm sure when you think its something you've mastered cause I know not thing you've mastered right off the top of my head
What is that?
You've mastered being a good friend and a good daughter
Would you prefer the phrasing then... "I think I'm good at..."? Does that make it easier? I know "master" is a very strong word. But it's not the common question, like the other is.
That's pretty op
Heh heh. If you can learn how to listen to hours of [sometimes unimportant] details and not zone out, and remember them later... you'll be set. But good luck on that. Tough challenge. Even I get tired sometimes.