Lost on Purpose
Brandon Evans

“Security is superstition” — maybe figuratively and if imagined poetically but if I know it’s a shady neighborhood, definitely safer to avoid that neighborhood LoL.

Maybe I’m slow, but what I got from your way, way overlong article (that’s like 15 minutes of my life that I’ll never get back) is to checkout that dope tea and slow down and enjoy the present. Damn, I actually learned this already from watching Ferris Bueller’s Day Off — “Life moves pretty fast. If you don’t stop and look around once in awhile, you could miss it.”

Even your bullet points at the end, which I should’ve just jumped to are overwritten, overlong, and empty on calories.

I call this privileged-ppl’s problems. Ummm, I’m enlightened. Multi-million dollar company, bah, that’s totally nothing. There is one truth here and it is this: when you have money you can say whatever you want. No need to search enlightenment half way around the world because it’s already written on a t-shirt: life’s a biatch and then you die.

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