Possessions and memories.

Your mind is the largest hard drive you have. Your brain holds the most information, with the strongest processing power we know.

Your brain is the most neglected piece of technology you have.

Instead of filling our brains up with organic, farm to table knowledge we feast on processed pink sludge grade manure found in every Netflix enabled tv in America.


It’s easier not to try.

We cover our nutritional needs by filling our homes instead of our minds.

It’s hard to admit we don’t know something.

Like piano. Crawling the phone book for a teacher like a starving man begging for food. But it’s not like this.

We are all students. Regardless of our refusal to admit such.

It’s easier to swipe a credit card.

Self-improvement is hard.

Self-pity is easy.

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