Your mind's code will have glitches after reading this
I would like to know more about the rabbit hole you went down, which you referred to in this newsletter, that led to this.
Let me just start by saying first off thank you for writing these. I always sit and read your articles with no distractions. I also love how you reference certain things so it makes it easier to understand a topic. Topics 2, 5, 6 and 9 were my favorite. We really just wake up everyday and go to work not thinking about the reason why we are working in the first place. Again thank you for all your weekly letters.
A woman once told me, "I would rather be alone than in a crowd of those who do not know." This saying was not uniquely hers, but it truly fits your newsletter.
Number 10 “I'm not afraid to die. I just don't want to be there when it happens” is attributed to Woody Allen.
Another awesome piece Tim...so good..sharing with friends
This was so good!👏🙏
Love the 5th quote!
Enjoy every day with your Daughter and wife. I try to remember this great Quote "life's a box of chocolate, you never know what to expect"
Love it ⚡️
Love this. Brilliant wisdom.
Please tell me about the rabbit hole. Where there is smoke, there is fire. So it wasn't the first, and won't be the last, but I would like to know
A) what rabbit hole brought you here,
B) and how you feed your brain and stay on the path of weirdness
Tin, you just painted a very colorful picture., I appreciate you sharing, I want to learn. I'm sensing the "mental illness" might have included narcissism. I will be giving this some thought, particularly writing down my fears, and writing online. I don't have a forum to write online.
Brilliant Tim - I dont read everything you write but everything I read that you write is brilliant!
New to you Tim! I love what and how you write.
I have been a writer for ages but only just really sharing my stuff here on substack. One of the things that frightens me most is upsetting other people if I am giving examples of my life. I NEED to express myself and I do it best through writing. And I am a bit terrified of sharing some of the truth of what I have been through and what I really think. Well actually what I really think is the terrifying bit. Wanting to share how my childhood has affected and shaped me without upsetting my family...
How do you manage this yourself?
Thanks for being here and for being so frank and honest. I really appreciate it. :)