Yesterday I wrote some random thoughts I had and wondered whether computers gave myself and others an unfair advantage in life. I think the answer is no.
I was thinking about it again today and realised that what's good about this is that having knowledge of how to use computers enables you to help others. I'm almost certain that everyone who has used a computer has helped someone else to learn something. This means that people who are able to get into industries without having professional skills at first have an opportunity to learn, an opportunity that they would otherwise only have had if they attended an expensive university. Also, by not thinking about processes they way structured education makes you think, there's loads of opportunity to be innovative and also become a pioneer.
Does that mean computers are good? I still don't know, but I do know I'll never stop using them. I come from the breed of people who have learnt a lot by experimenting or being lucky enough to work with people who know much more than I do. Sometimes it makes me feel like I shouldn't be where I am but I block out those thoughts and think about how hard I've worked and how much harder I will work to get where I wanna be.
Today I slept at around 4:00 AM and was asleep for most of the day. Since last night my energies have been feeling a bit weird and I've been a little drained physically. I feel much better now but I wish I could go on a wellness retreat, the problem is that the best healers are so expensive and like everything I do I want to do it to the best of my abilities. Maybe there will still be a way for me to see a healer, I'll think about this and make a couple of calls if I need to.
If you're reading this, I hope you have an awesome week and have lots of fun. Be focused and productive in your work, be kind to everyone. Good night :)