Love is immortality, Jason Silva said. The irony was not lost on me. A lot of the love stories I’ve heard of didn’t live to see the light of day. Worse, other tales died prematurely, a painful sting of disappointment that I know often leaves a beautiful, but nonetheless hideous mark, to last for the entire span of a lifetime. Only the scar, you might think, is immortality. The internet defines surefire or sure-fire as an adjective for something that is “certain to succeed”. L
A year ago, i would have sworn that I would never, in a million years, jump out of a plane. But there I was, knees quivering, heart bounding, staring down at death and ready to fly. This is Over a year later And Let's agree, I don't feel the same. I spent most of the ride up trying to find one good reason why I was doing this. I found plenty, mind you, but they all paled in comparison to the heart wrenching anxiety eating at my skin. Sky dive, they said, bloody idiots, now th
“The invisible hand” she told us, eyes gleaming with excitement, her bleach blond hair too shiny of a distraction. At that time, it seemed to me as if the concept of market equilibrium were life altering. Today, it sounds laughable.
I do not, by any means, wish to demean Adam Smith in any way, I do however wish to reflect on that particular moment, when that woman confidently asserted that the market would eventually adjust itself. More importantly however, that that was goo