My new plan Hey, you may haven’t heard from me for a while (I just wrote a few posts in the mean time on my personal blog). Excuse me for doing such a long break from Medium, I should continue blogging also on Medium, even if my schedule isn’t really allowing that. Writing helps me get rid of those things that anger me and are a really good therapy sometimes.
Finding the true activity that fulfills you Lately I have become quieter here on Medium and generally on my blogs. No one has probably noticed this and I would like to sound the all-clear to everyone else. However, it’s not because I don’t enjoy writing anymore or anything, but I have recently found ideas for my other passion, programming and development, which I am now pursuing. And that’s what this short article is all about:
Indirect advice to those who think their lives suck Experiences from the recent past have taught me with my 18 years of age a lot that some people might not learn in their whole life. I have learnt, for example, what a great gift it is to be allowed to live in this world, in a country where there is peace, where I have enough food and drink and where I do not have to fear to go begging on the streets.
In order to relax Although I do like weekdays, Although I like to work, Although I do like, To get up in the morning, To do things, To think, To type into the keyboard, To talk in meetings. I also like to relax sometimes, to listen to music, to watch videos, to read books, to write messages, to eat delicious food, to meet people. I think relaxation is important. Also for the person who, like me, only feels good when he or she has something to do all the time, who can’t bear to be bored, unproductive, who writes an article at half past ten in the evening, just to have done something productive during the day.
The night before the funeral It’s the night before the funeral You can’t sleep You woke up at 4:00 in the morning nausea thoughts keep you from sleeping You consider what will be How to master the future How you can be strong I just lost my dad.