Old routines

I’ve always been an obsessive-compulsive person when it comes to routine and schedule. I like the simplicity of following a routine. Patterns are appealing because they take your mind off things and more or less keeps most of your activities involuntary.

But I demand excitement, spontaneity, and freshness. Life becomes interesting when these three comprise it.

So I am establishing this blog: to break the routine. This is an old way though of breaking it. But better break the routine than allow it to circle round you and contain your soul.

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