[Moving Zeal] Not Always Worthwhile

Although I can see the perspective that we should learn as much as we can about as many different systems as we can, there are limitations on the amount of time we can spend on things. We should focus on things that inspire us the most. What if an item is good, but not good enough to be one of those upper echelon items? When is it justified to walk away during the boring parts?

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[Moving Zeal] Donating Old Information

When I started my career in technical support, the people I admired the most had the most information. Their years of experience, context, and intuition were inspiring, so of course, throughout my career, I wanted to emulate those well-informed individuals. I no longer need esoteric technical knowledge to that degree. Why hold onto most of it? I would only read passages on occasion, anyways. Best to keep one or two references then donate the rest.

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[Sober Living] Importance of Sobriety Awareness

No one talked about insobriety-related problems when I was growing up. Not just familial, but any media. While it’s a weird, controversial thought: If there’d been even one source of media, one cartoon, that accurately addressed how terrible it is to live with this aching sense of addiction aimed at children, I probably wouldn’t have started. But then, if something like this existed, would I be here? Or would someone else be writing this column?

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