Having an adventure shows that someone is incompetent, that something has gone wrong. An adventure is interesting enough – in retrospect. Especially to the person who didn’t have it [😂]

Vilhjalmur Stefansson

I don’t like expending energy unnecessarily (not out of laziness, but out of wisdom 😉). Thus I need a very strong justification to take any kind of action. The following is that justification. Just a casual attempt to make sense out of this phantasmagoria that we call life, written (sort of) in the second person, fit for human consumption. Why do we do what we do? For the matter why anything? The adventure starts here

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