Conundrum: (n) anything that puzzles.
You will never be smart until you’re willing to be confused.
You will never gain intelligence without being baffled.
Being content with what you know is the preamble to ignorance.
Life is a conundrum.
You can approach it as complicated, like it’s a mystical wonderland that needs to be conquered (perchance you’re some sort of knight from the round table) or you can confess that with your limited amount of mental capacity, you’re better off nibbling at the edges, keeping things as simple as possible.
Facts are, there’s nothing I can do about a broken American political system. It is also beyond my scope to transform religious people into real, just humans. And the entertainment industry is rife with egotistical individuals who deem themselves artists, so reasoning with them will give you a pain in your head and ass at the same time.
If you run across a conundrum, don’t deem yourself King Arthur who can pull the sword out of the stone.
Go buy yourself a second-hand sword and polish it really good.
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