Different Bubbles

1 min readJan 13, 2018


Over the past few years, one thing I have noticed is just how different the “worlds” that I spend time in truly are.

I have my friends from home who I am still very close with that we have known each other since elementary school.

I have my friends from school who I am also very close with.

I have my friends from the tech world.

These three bubbles all have very different interests. They are composed of very different types of people.

Yet I am still in all of them.

I think that everyone falls in line with this type of circumstance — split across two-five unique bubbles.

It is this unique intersection of who we spend our time with that greatly shapes our own perspective. It makes us unique.

Though…I wonder…inevitably people start cutting out parts of their combination that they are not as interested in. At this moment, I could not imagine doing that.

Originally published at gonen.blog.