Nice piece of writing . Forget the tech part if you are not a techie, just think of what makes you think. I agree with the author, hot weather does not.

Cats and Chocolate


It’s becoming clear to me how much I value the appeal of the visual. So much of the information I take in from the world comes from seeing: lipreading, reading: subtitles, captions, books and articles, reading body language, seeing what is happening around me. I’ve always loved art, crafts, films and illustration. I’ve fallen in love with photography over the past few years.

I try to notice the world around me more, to be in the moment: even though I’m a very future-oriented person, I try to anchor myself to the present as much as possible. I’m learning more about myself through different ways – through the Myers-Briggs personality types (I test either as INFJ or at times INFP, though it seems INFJ is the most common for me) and through what it means to be an introvert (how to recharge and deal with those times I’m in need of rest)…

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4 thoughts on “Obsessions

  1. neonwalrus July 13, 2014 / 9:51 am

    For those of us whose vision is less than it was, but greater and more trustworthy than our hearing, I absolutely endorse the effect the visual has on the senses. And the brain’s (remaining) ability to retain.

  2. New Hampshire Garden Solutions July 13, 2014 / 6:59 pm

    Blaise Pascal said “All of humanity’s problems stem from man’s inability to sit quietly in a room alone,” and I wonder if anyone just sits quietly and thinks anymore.

    • fictionfitz July 14, 2014 / 5:11 am

      I can say yes I do if you allow me books.

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