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3 November 2012

On realism

I’ve thought until recently that the solution brought by realism is the better one. You’re anchored in reality, you see details, everything is part of a puzzle.

As a complete opposite, the absurd things seem out of place. Things should be real, right?

Well, no. I tend to live a lot into non-paying-attention-to-things kind of a world. While there are some real disadvantages (mishandling things, not paying attention, not remembering), the advantages are also there (going into never-thought-before places, a lot of ideas crammed into one mind – stuff like that).

On various trainings with Cătălin ZAHARIA, I found out I should pay more attention. It was clearly something I missed. Now, I don’t put so much emphasis on this anymore.