Laziness does not exist. But unseen barriers do: https://medium.com/@devonprice/laziness-does-not-exist-3af27e312d01
What the fuck did I just read? https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bifurcation_memory
I had a double-shot cappuccino at home, like most days. Then I made a double coffee in the office, just because I liked the warm feeling of a large mug of coffee on a rainy day. About half an hour later, a colleague brought Кулич (some sort of russian Easter cake), so I had to refill my then-half-empty-and-lukewarm cup to have enough hot coffee to drink together with the pastries.
What state of mind had university put me in? Studying for my final oral exam – after already working full-time in the industry for about two years, thus studying being on some sort of hiatus – I just re-read a simple explanation of a concept from dynamical systems analysis, and found it very well put and easily understandable. I had never really understood the concept before.
I'm the guy who finds four-leaf clovers all the time.
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