A perfect plan

A perfect plan doesn’t mean having everything go within expectations. A perfect plan is achieved when it has the plasticity needed to flexibly deal with troubles.

I'm not into being an umpire or a referee, as I can't genuinely enjoy the game unless I'm part of it. And I love this game that people call "life" from the bottom of my heart. That's why I'd like to continue to participate in it as a player, forever and ever.

Physical books are more the words they contain. They're also tools to stimulate your senses and adjust your thinking. When I'm not feeling well, there are times that I'll stare at a page without absorbing a word. When that happens, I try to understand why; what's gotten in my way? On the other hand, there are books I can take in effortlessly, no matter how awful I'm feeling. Why do those books draw me in? It might be some sort of mental tuning. It's the feeling of the paper against my fingers, that familiar smell of pulp and glue. The momentary stimulation to my brain when I turn each page. These sensations regulate and focus my brain. They make it work better.

I like a simple world, where common things are done in common ways. I suppose you could say, I'm a man of the people.