Advice, Mental Health April 22, 2014


My boyfriend and I love to talk, no postulate, on things from gender roles, to religion, to minority issues, to how we can better the world through knowledge. This weekend we found ourselves cuddling on the couch talking about basic principles of evolution, religion, and the limits of human understanding. It served to remind me of how important social interaction is. Exchanging ideas and getting excited about the debate gave me the energy to get half way through this week. So, basically I’m thankful for my completely nerdy boyfriend. We should all find ways to engage in our passions this week. How do you know something is a passion? What gets your blood pressure up, puts a ridiculous smile on your face, and keeps you up at night with ideas? That’s probably your passion. Find yours and thrive.


Comments 4

  1. raulconde001 says on April 22, 2014

    My passion is writing and be inspired by it. I think people should stop fighting over silly things, and interact socially at peace, without any wars against anyone.

  2. bluebee says on May 3, 2014

    So wonderful for a relationship to be able to discuss these things. I heard Neil DeGrass Tyson say that the eye has more atoms than all the stars in the known universe – a mindblowing thought

    • cigarsandcupcakes says on May 3, 2014

      It is a spectacular thought. Makes me wonder if our whole universe is one single cell in the retina of a lizard or something. Meta!!!

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