My vicious cycle and how I can break from it
I have problems with commitment. I’ll have an idea for a game, or video, or song, etc. And it’s the best idea. Aw yeah! The very best idea ever. Indubitably.
Let me tell you something you already know
Life isn't easy; in fact, life's never easy. Except when it is.
If you want something so badly you got to work for it. You got to push yourself beyond the bounds of what you thought was possible for you to do. Except when someone gives it to you.
The people up there. Like UP THERE up there. Yeah those people. Yeah they make money. They knew how to get up there, and how to make money. So they proceeded to get up there and then following that event, they began making money. Understand? Except when they were already up there.
I feel like there's a lot of things going against feminism in the digital age. The Internet harbors anonymity which encourages people to speak their mind with less filtering than they would in person. Social filtering of news feeds of social networks keeps people inside their own comfort bubbles, not interacting with those outside. This leads to a lot of polarization as people shout chamber themselves into increasingly extreme positions on issues. There are also plenty of conservative media outlets eager to take quotes/tweets/the like from extreme liberals and put them out of context to satirize them; and it works.
I often witness peer pressure
Sometimes I see the following situation. Someone asks a question to a teacher/authority and people from the audience say "no" initially. Then the authority says "no" in answer as well (usually more politely). Then the person follows up with a second question. But her peers are already repeatedly saying "no", which drowns out her question, which could be important. It's also disrespectful to the authority, because the peers are encroaching on her job. That kind of stuff makes me feel bad.
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(this is from a resume session geared towards college/high school students)
This was my brother’s explanation when I asked the same question. It was so good, I felt like I needed to share it to help other people. The following are his words to me:
Let's start with fluids. Anything that flows can be modeled as a fluid. Air, water, blood, oil, etc.
All fluids have viscosity, meaning they are sticky, and stick to surfaces.