The road less travelled

The power of solitude

The Power of Solitude – Part I

In the environment of official restrictions, fixing a problem mutates into a problem how to adhere to the rules governing fixing the initial problem. Overloaded by hundreds of little directives, the mind loses its flexibility, constantly searching not for constructive solutions, but for the next instruction. Additionally, enthusiasm to devise something really extraordinary breaks under pressure of that uncomfortable feeling of being evaluated by a group of people, who do not participate in the actual mental activities, but merely stare, grimace and judge. Read moreThe Power of Solitude - Part I

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