The human being I'm trying to be
- Preserve, not to destroy. Wield power to do good.
- Real strength lies in domestication of one's emotions: not in pretending they don't exist.
- Educate yourself.
- Courage and humility
- Honor others No matter what degree, title or lack of it, everyone has something to offer. It takes a village to raise a child. We all have a role to fulfill.
- Empower others Things are hard and complex. We all are doomed to make mistakes. Making room for mistakes allow us to grow.
- Privilege people Existence is pain and this system we have created only make things harder. Remember we are flying away on a gigant rock. Don't get dragged away by irrelevant things like profit, titles, ego, etc.
- Serve with humility We all have room for improvement, recognize it. Listen to others' feedback and be open to criticism.
Things I believe
- How can I help? I think the only way to be the best leader is by being of service to others.
- I will hold your heart more tenderly than my own. I will. For some reason I think I can take all the pain in the Cosmos.
- The less forgivable the act, the more must be forgiven. The less loveable the person is, the more you must find the means to love them. I have learnt that the hard way but I believe I must follow such principle.
- I think everyone has something to offer and they are always open to do that. The problem is there are so many things affecting us that we tend to be mean to each other, however, this means I believe humans have a good heart.
- Any one has the capacity to become awesome at something. The reasons why people look for expertise, in the end I believe, has nothing to do with the actual matter. I'd rather collaborate with someone up for a challange than with some expert on the matter.
- We need one another. Anyone can do things on its own... Perhaps not everything. However, I believe doing things together makes the experience more fun.
- You are going to fail. And so will I. That's the way it is and I'm fine with the logic behind. Do fail. By all means, do it.
- I'm an open book. I trust you by default. And if you decide to break that trust, that's alright. You will save me some time. I'm all about creating long lasting friendships and time is of the essence.
- There are social conventions, social cues and sugar coding. I don't understand any of them. Just be straight with me. I won't get offended. Otherwise, there will be misunderstanding. I guarantee that.
My flaws through time
- I enjoy people in very, very short amounts of time: I get bored. It's not people's fault but rather that I'm poorly made. After a few decades on the planet I finally know why. The reason why I can't be too much around people is because I'm happy. And when I'm happy my baggage, my childhood traumas, push me away as a defense mechanism. I don't want to lose that happiness. I don't want to lose that people in my life. This is quite sad since I cannot fix that. I can only cope with it.
- I'm way too idealistic: I find impossible things very appealing so I aim to that.
- I hate myself: Most of the time my stupidity doesn't pay off so...
- I tend to be the stand up guy: but I think it's because deep down I want to be the hero. Because heroes get to be loved and accepted. And, as I have discovered, I was rejected since early childhood and in so I have no place where I feel at home.
- I'm not sure about anything: I blame my training in physics.
- I'm very pessimistic: My pessimism is the fuel of my optimism.
- I get bored a lot: This most likely is a brain issue. A brain issue what was fixed at early stage of childhood.
- I need to be busy: I used to believe it was an existential reason but now I know it's because my childhood trauma.
- I care how I dress: Well, I do. I enjoy fashion as art.
- I care how I look: When you are not handsome, all you have is artificial aesthetics.