Often times, we don’t acknowledge the mundane, the normal and the everyday. Instead we focus on the past, the future and excitement, except the secret to immortal life is hidden in the commonplace. It’s 1:26am. I just returned to my room from the lab. I brushed my teeth and took a long stare into the… Continue reading On Pictures in College
Often times, people say to you, “You win some, you lose some.” And while I think this is a proverb that reconciles the disparity between gain and loss, I don’t know if I wholeheartedly believe it. Yesterday, I was fortunately enough to have a great interviewer and in turn, able to show my potential and… Continue reading You win a few, You lose a lot
This is a post about limitations.
I am coming back from a play called “This American Wife,” produced and directed by the Yale Cabaret. It touches on the deep issues of identity and what it means to be “real” in what I would argue, a post-truth society. Oh, and Dolores Catania and her son Frankie were there.
I returned from a brief battle today: pharmacists asking if I still needed my anxiety meds since I was picking up anti-depressants, failing midterms, and acing case interviews.
Cool. Just had a Process Control midterm, bombed a case interview, got back on anti-depressants, and sent my ex a happy birthday email. Oh and my watch ran out of battery a year ago.
“Be the snake you want to see in the world.” -Someone, I think Gandhi. Consulting, Wall Street and Tech Giant wannabes please can I have your attention.