Fragments from imaginary dialogues

“A few years ago, I used to have a beautiful little practice. Every day, I used to draw a little sun in a corner of the page with Love written inside it.

Love is the central value of my life. I metaphorically think of it as the Sun of my life. The drawing served as a little visual reminder. 

But then, one day I forgot to do it. 

And the next day. And the next… And the practice was lost.

Until now.”

“How did you remember it?”

“I didn’t. If I hadn’t kept some of my old notes – that had been waiting for me to process them for a long time –, I wouldn’t have.”

“But you did rediscover it.


Prolonged absence makes the joy of rediscovery all the sweeter.”

“Still, I don’t want to lose it again.”

“Then do some system optimization to make it a reality.

Process your notes the same day instead of letting them pile up. And keep yesterday’s note at hand as a reminder.”

“The funny thing is, I used to do that. But then I forgot about it.”

“Then maybe you need to document your systems. Have them written down.

Think of it as entropy insurance.”

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About Dani Trusca

Life-Artist, Thinker, Mover (Traceur)

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