Half of the Americans wanted the head of their country to run headlong into a wall and demonstrate that he’s not able to solve the problem. Millions of people wanted to work from home. Millions dreamed about freeways with no traffic.
Our new projects are an unknown territory for us, and our Subconscious really doesn’t want to go there.
A customer called to complain about the end of the world. “I can’t eat. I have rice and dry pasta supplies for 3 months, and if something bad happens, who will finish it all? My toilet paper will perish in my garage without fulfilling its existence.”
I received an email: “Dear Elvira, I’m a 41 y.o., and I still can’t find my true calling. I’m always trying something new. At first, it turns out well but then I got bored. Can you tell me what could inspire me?”
From the point of view of our Subconscious, we’re doing everything right in reading the news in a fruitless effort to find something encouraging, exchanging rumors with our friends, and eating to make ourselves feel better.
We never post something online just for ourselves. All of our texts are intended to be read and exchanged for “respect credit”—something intangible and, at the same time, extremely important.
An authentic story of the Bolshevik Revolution of 1917 that turned the Russian Empire into the Union of the Soviet Socialist Republics.