An Indian man collects water as he bathes in an industrial waste-foam polluted section of the Yamuna River on the outskirts of New Delhi on May 24, 2013.
[Credit : Daniel Berehulak/Getty Images]
I’m a cynical person. There, I said it.
This means I have to re-evaluate my career path because to be honest, I’d make a horrible psychologist. It would be hard for me to deal with emotional situations without looking at it from some type of negative standpoint. I’d be able to deal with clients who have actual neurological disorders, but I can’t handle client who come for self-actualization.
god damn it
In my dream, I was discussing water shortages with a blurry-faced individual. They opposed the idea of treating wastewater as a solution to the problem, and I couldn’t defend my support for it to convince them otherwise.
What a nightmare.
“Dissecting the criminal brain. This 1904 photograph by Argentinian physician Dr. F. Perez shows a section of an executed criminal’s brain. Unfortunately, his work merited little results - he found no major differences between the brains of criminals and non-criminals.”
|—||Friedrich Nietzsche, Thus Spoke Zarathustra (via unephilosophe)|