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It's been a long road. I tweet about the lessons learned along the way. Contributor
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Nate Agapi | mathbot.com 3h
A sadness lay dormant Haunts from the edge It is ever-present Despite what I allege I push it deep down Inside to my shadow Retreat to the past A long time ago But now I must work And transmute the pain Defeat into victory Loss into gain
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Nate Agapi | mathbot.com May 22
I took her hand She took mine But we never believed It was a sign So we squandered away What was the truth Two souls molded Of the same clay Two brought together A Unity meant to stay Bounded together One to another One life designed To be aligned But each strayed And each paid
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Nate Agapi | mathbot.com May 22
I talk to the creative Speak your initiative You have a bright light So speak what's right Only words create Bring truth to daylight So blessed be What your talents see So speak your word A voice for the unheard Bring about your talent And be gallant Teach & learn And yearn
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Nate Agapi | mathbot.com May 22
Replying to @NateAgapi
The painted gray is the worst part. People will not understand you, or your ways. You'll seem shadowy, encased in gray. But believe in your light. You do have might. A creative spark; ready to make its mark. Now go shine. You are divine.
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Nate Agapi | mathbot.com May 22
Replying to @TheTwinPowers
That's a cynic for you.
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Nate Agapi | mathbot.com May 22
All beginnings are uncertain We may try to foresee But all's behind a curtain So courage is demanded By those who are commanded To forge a new way And redefine the day So we plow ahead Where no one has tread Taking causalities And we show the way Ahead of the fray Painted gray
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Nate Agapi | mathbot.com May 22
Replying to @TheTwinPowers
My favorite thing of Diogenes of Sinope was his take on masturbation. He said, "I wish it were as easy to relieve one's hunger by rubbing on one's belly."
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Nate Agapi | mathbot.com May 22
I think we're on to something and . I can't believe how fast this has all come together.
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Nate Agapi | mathbot.com May 22
There's no going back once you accept Prometheus's gift. We must learn to wield the fire.
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Nate Agapi | mathbot.com May 22
Grass-fed bison + fresh veggies + blueberries = literal physical buzz afterwards. It's a mystery to me why I still struggle to eat well when it feels so good. It's so much easier to eat Chipotle, but Chipotle = lethargic mess afterwards.
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Nate Agapi | mathbot.com May 22
As you attempt to rise above your station, many of the tasks along the way will be painful & you won't be used to it. That's just you growing. It's to be expected—it's healthy. Push through it the best you can, but take a break if needed. In time, you'll get used to that feeling.
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Nate Agapi | mathbot.com May 22
I'm starting to believe all these accounts are a social attack, not just a bunch of scammers.
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Nate Agapi | mathbot.com May 22
Replying to @saifedean
All the crackheads on Earth suddenly giving up crack is a more likely scenario IMO.
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Nate Agapi | mathbot.com May 21
There will be times along your way when you crave the comfort of some old, bad habit that you've left behind. These are some of the greatest times for growth. Recognize them for what they are: resistance to the growth you're undertaking. Growth requires you find new, better ways.
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Nate Agapi | mathbot.com May 21
Replying to @jimmysong
Rent seeking is different than owning something that collects rent. Ownership is having skin the game. True rent seeking is to use political influence to remove yourself from any true game as much as you can. You seek to trade your influence to eliminate risk. Ownership = risk.
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Nate Agapi | mathbot.com May 20
Replying to @roxminu
Yes. If I post something I didn't write, I always give attribution and put it in quotes.
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Nate Agapi | mathbot.com May 19
A writer would be a fool not to study all the mythologies. They are the most antifragile example of storytelling that exists. But there is a fear associated with them. Look beyond the details, beyond prejudice, and find the consistencies. That's how one ought to craft a story.
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Nate Agapi | mathbot.com May 19
Replying to @aliciatur6
When you study mythology, you'll find amazing consistencies. Is one culture wrong just for the language they use? I find that hard to accept. I think the consistencies tell the true story.
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Nate Agapi | mathbot.com May 19
Plato's daemon Some saw as evil But in reality It was just primeval The Romans said Genius The Christians Angel Whatever suited Their given angle It remains the same And all's a game To reach higher And ignite the flame Deep within All can find A hero that cannot Ever be bind
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Nate Agapi | mathbot.com May 19
What is love? It is union Between disparate ideas In need of resolution We join the two And feel ecstasy But that's just how We ought to be A resistance is there To bar the way To keep us apart Lost in the gray But it won't last long Yes here we are Becoming quite strong
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