The Lost Wars of Optimism

Seneca, the lake Wobegon effect – The Cult of Romanticism – But, not necessarily (Un)happiness is reflected in the disparity between our expectation and the truth (i.e. the reality). The smaller the distance between the duo, the less unhappy we become. In other words, to be unhappy, is to be disappointed. I will begin with Read More

100 Words Optmism


  On Optimism: A fictional friend told me the other day about his staunch conviction about the existence of only exclusively pessimist beings. To which I refute. Two instances that resonate: 1. The last time you set your alarm clock (say, to wake up in the morning), will you consider yourself a pessimist or an Read More