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Discussion in 'Events & Challenges' started by MONSTER MONK, Mar 3, 2019.
Day 112, check!
You got this, dude!
Feeling stronger and stronger by now
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You are now promoted to the rank of Captain! Serve the Army well!
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Now you need to climb up
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@MASTER MONK I wish to join
I join the challenge again. Relapsed yesterday, but I'm back on the track. I never give up.
Day 113, check!
3 days of NoFap now.
I finished writing an essay yesterday. Now I don't have anything I need to do until my next courses start in September (although I should, and plan to, prepare in advance).
Today I thought I deserved some relaxation, besides taking a walk, I have done nothing except watching Netflix and web surfing today, (17:14 / 5:14 pm in my time zone now). And I've felt miserable and depressed today.
I feel much better when I keep myself busy with meaningful things.
I will have statistics and econometrics next year. I started learning it already, whenever it is possible. Currently studying Statistics at Khan Academy. I want to know more in advance.
Meanwhile I read all kinds of books, books teaching logic, philosophy, popular-science books, trhillers to relax..
For example, I would recommend Nietzsche if you were interested.
Day 2 check in.
@MASTER MONK can you update my rank
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I tried reading "Thus Spoke Zarathustra", I liked the first chapter but then it got way too strange for me Which book/books by Nietzsche would you say are the best and good starting with?
I started with "Thus Spoke Zarathustra"
Yea, I know your feeling. My gf laughed that it looks like Bible. But I started Nietzsche with that book. And I had good experience with it. Then I finished "Twilight of the idols". Short, and 6/10. Now I am reading "Human, All Too Human" and its quite good. And it does have normal language. I havent discovered more books yet.
I recommend them all, but I would start from "Human, All too Human" Or "Thus Spoke Zarathustra"
I also would recommend Aldous Huxley - "Brave New World"
Good criticism of modern, "pain-free" consumption society.
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Peasant for now.
July 25, 2019