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    Our Imagination is Not Imagination, At All

    But rather, a collection of pieces and bits from previously collected memories and mental images. Breaking my one year hiatus with a deductive reasoning writing (thesis first, supporting arguments and evidences later). So fun. Let me give some context to the background of this particular blog post. I’m a fond reader of philosophy and psychology in general, but have been rather lazy about it. Most of what I do is browse through Brain Pickings, read books that look interesting and slightly related to them (review of “Man’s Search for Meaning” is coming up, by the way), and read existential crisis articles here and there to try and at least scratch the surface…

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    The Pain of Seeing Yourself Through the Eyes of Men – Part I

    I raised this topic mostly because I thought about this a lot lately, and even bothered by it a lot too. If you’re an insecure woman -which is all women- read on, please. Many many years ago, my life was surrounded by exclusively women. My junior high and high school were all-girls. I was amongst one who give not a single fuck about dem boys, and one who was always late in “digging in” other people’s lives. Those just did not matter to me. Sure my boobs and hips grew at the same time and same pace as any other women, but my sense of insecurity and dissatisfaction definitely came late. Back then,…