Inconveniently yours

As in the case of lines, you are likely to stop when you are no longer sure you should go further – at the rear edge of the region of uncertainty.*
(Daniel Kahneman)

I suspect that the mind, like the feet, works at about three miles an hour.**
(Rebecca Solnit)

The heart, too, I suspect.

Slow is inconvenient.

It’s taken me more than twenty years to arrive at what I’m penning today, but if I value what I’m discovering and integrate it into my life and can help others, too, then maybe all that time is worth it.

The better future will be, I believe, the inconvenient one.

(*From Daniel Kahneman’s Thinking, Fast and Slow.)
(**From Rebecca Solnit’s Wanderlust.)

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