Today my pooch is 10 months old!
Here are some statistics:
🐶 We are together for 8 months.
✌️ She’s double the size comparing with the day I met her.
🏠 It’s about 240 days when someone is waiting until I come home.
2️⃣ We managed to reduce ‘short walks’ from 12 times a day to 2 times a day.
🎾 We played for almost 8 hours the most playful day we had.
📺 0 days with me not going outside.
🥾 So far this year, I’m taking more steps a day than I did last year (even with quarantine).
🙂 A lot more stranger smiles at me and my pooch.
👋 I had a lot of random conversations with strangers. I know almost everyone who owns a dog in my neighborhood. And it’s 100% easier to start a conversation and meet new people when you are with a dog.
😌 I’m a lot happier and I know that someone is always there for me.
🐕 🐩 And it’s 100 % that with a bigger flat Spurga will get a new friend.
Reading Cosmicomics is one of the most rewarding reading experiences I’ve ever had. It’s a beautiful book that offers you a perfect balance between science and creativity. In most of the stories, the narrator is Qfwfq who travels through time and the universe. He climbs ladders to the moon, thinks about the first spiral shell it grows like a mushroom from the core of the Earth.
“It was a rich and free and contented condition, my condition at that time, quite the contrary of what you might think. I was a bachelor (our system of reproduction in those days didn't require even temporary couplings), healthy, without too many ambitions. When you're young, all evolution lies before you, every road is open to you, and at the same time you can enjoy the fact of being there on the rock, flat mollusk-pulp, damp and happy. If you compare yourself with the limitations that came afterwards, if you think of how having one form excludes other forms, of the monotonous routine where you finally feel trapped, well, I don't mind saying life was beautiful in those days.”
I read most of the stories way too many times, especially when I’m feeling sad or stressed. It helps me disconnect and transfer myself to another beautiful reality.
Before every experiment you carefully plan everything, you read books and articles, you do the math, you check it twice. And if you're done everything right you succeed.
The next day you do the same. And the day after. You're repeating the same procedure over and over. And you failing every time.
If something happened once it doesn't mean it will happen every time.
Hip hip hurrays for the randomness and flukes in our universe.
Same with life there are a lot of opportunities that might present itself just one time in your life. Pursue it and take advantage of it. Because the fluke might not happen again.
Virus free atoms and Hund’s rules
The orbitals of the atom subshell are each occupied singly with electrons before double occupation occurs.
Literally the same as passengers on the bus or co-workers in 2020. You'd rather not share a seat until doubling up is a must.
Disorder of life ☄️
The second law of thermodynamics states:
That the total entropy (degree of disorder) of an isolated system can never decrease over time and is constant if and only if all processes are reversible.
All things tend to go to disorder. I bet that you experienced state when energy disperse and everything dissolves into (mindless) chaos.
You stop cleaning your house it becomes cluttered. Just leave a dirty cup on the nightstand or empty bottle on the shelf and once a tidy house turns in chaos. There is an infinite number of states where your home is in disorder and only one state where everything is in order.
You stop caring about your relationship it comes to end. Stop caring about your mental state and your mind becomes chaos.
Once again there is an infinite number of ways to be miserable. But only a few to feel happy. Some people even say that all happy people are happy in the same way but they are unhappy for their own reasons.
Let's say you start a company and hire people. You leave and you come back after a few months. If your company is thriving you won a jackpot.
Once again only a few ways to succeed. Million ways to fail.
You can't zoom out and expect things to be the same as they were. Leave an empty room for a month and everything will be covered in dust.
We can't blame ourselves for complications in our life. All nature act against us. A happy life is carefully designed, not discovered. And you need a lot of energy to put it in order.