I am a writer. It is how I make a living, how I relieve some stress, How I make myself laugh.
But in grade school and up until physics really, I loved math.
Writing was always subjective. I was (and hopefully am) good at it, but not everyone likes the same writing styles.
I loved math because 1+2 always equals 3. You are right or wrong in math, no subjective grading or thinking. At least until the higher levels of math, which I was miserable at.
I find myself missing that mathematical certainty in life where there are no absolutes.
Just once I'd like to find a question in life that is an absolute. But they don't exist. You think you have one, then someone else mentions a related issue and that leads to another, and soon enough your simple decision is polluted with fractions and square roots.
It is enough to make you want to write.
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