There is something in everything

Most of our lifetime  is spent  in repetitive, routine activity. Yet interesting. In fact, even the most menial task might teach us something, if seen with a sciency eye. Washing dishes stimulates interesting thoughts on movement, fluid dynamic and surface chemistry. While walking, we can select a channel (i.e., only vision or low-pitch noise) to explore part of the spectrum we do not often think of. Being in a crowd or a noisy environment forces  us to perceive the difference between the single object/person and  the crowd itself.

What is the goal of this exercises? Maximize the objective function with respect to happiness, while stimulating active cognitive process in our mind and body. I am going for a walk 🙂


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