Thomas DesimpelAngel Investor, Polyglot, Real Estate InvestorSome time ago
Latest images of Mars Simply relax & enjoy 👇🐙🦑🆒 https://youtu.be/ZEyAs3NWH4A

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This is fascinating! Thank you T!!!
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Lina LinkeviciuteLuxury Business and Sales Professional/Theatre Director/Timeless Paintings
WoW!!! Incroyable :)
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Luke MarsDrawer / Drummer / BaristaSome time ago
The Microscope Problem. Sometimes I zoom in, as far as I can, to see the finest of details possible. There's so much going on at once. Its harmonious, but chaotic. Every little detail matters, everything counts. It's a lot of pressure to handle, anxiety-enducing even. It's as though the slightest upset could be catastrophic. Sometimes I zoom all the way out. All I see is one cohesive unit. Strong, steady, calm. I'm completely removed from the situation. Each little cog spinning round is now irrelevant to me. I'm welcome to make errors, as I often do. Sure, what does it matter? Mistakes happen, right? It can be so difficult to find the right balance between these two ideas. Focusing too much or too little changes rapidly day to day, if not minute to minute. How does everyone try and find balance?

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Luke MarsDrawer / Drummer / Barista
Chaotic sounds good, so does writing things down, I suppose there is no specific solution, just whatever feels right on any given day :) Thanks for the comments and
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Thomas Desimpel on Qoorio's red paper clip of life lessonsAngel Investor, Polyglot, Real Estate InvestorSome time ago
Dear Qoorio co-enthusiasts: One question: do you think it would be a good idea & would you willing to make a small (annual) contribution just like the Wikipedia and say make a "Qoorio foundation of enthusiasts/fans"? Yes/No ? (Put in the comments hereunder a symbolic paperclip📎or another comic symbol if you agree). Something like 1-3-10 EUR/user if you multiply by the number of active users... ; https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wikimedia_Foundation Why i am asking ? I am just a user and enjoying/learning from other people to this platform and i think it would give the needed time to the market place of Qoorio to reach full potential...! These Qoorio enthusiast could earn a perk in return...A paper clip 🧷? A tumb 👍next to their name/profile? A lousy T-shirt ? The blessing of Qoorio's 🦑?

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