Miscellaneous

Paul’s Daily Three for September 5, 2018

Note: I’ve decided to go with three daily questions, rather than six, to make it easier on folks.  Enjoy!

Apart from doing drugs or having sex, what is the most pleasurable activity in life?

What about being human annoys you the most?

How often are you more in the mood for moonlight than sunlight (or vice versa)?

11 thoughts on “Paul’s Daily Three for September 5, 2018”

  1. PLEASURE: Raw, sweet, intellectual inquiry. No distractions, no competing responsibilities, just pure, sublime research and the means to conduct it successfully.

    HUMANITY: Pettiness. It is my least favorite condition. When one looks at the universe in those rare spasms of lucidity, it is painfully obvious how much of our daily preoccupation is with utter silliness in the grand scheme of things. Yet, it is so easy to fall into! Damn monkey-brains, still not done evolving yet.

    LIGHT: I generally prefer my lady the moon, despite not being much of a night owl. But I can look her in the eye, you know?

  2. My greatest pleasure is in creating – words, art, theories…
    My least favorite human trait is hypocrisy. My least favorite part of being human (wasn’t really sure what you were asking here) is physicality – the need to eat, sleep and suffer pain…
    I prefer moonlight and early morning sunlight. Afternoons are for hibernation, or would be if I didn’t have to work. Lol!

  3. OK, time for one before I rush off to work’ “Apart from doing drugs or having sex, what is the most pleasurable activity in life?” Sewing! (bet you didn’t know I’m an expert seamstress).

  4. Apart from doing drugs or having sex, what is the most pleasurable activity in life? Cooking and eating together with loved ones

    What about being human annoys you the most? The way our bodies are always exuding something or falling apart

    How often are you more in the mood for moonlight than sunlight (or vice versa)? I don’t get enough moonlight! The sunlight burns us, preciousss

      1. Didn’t you know? Gollum was written as a simple metaphor for gingers.
        I’m cheating a bit with that food answer because I included the companionship of my friends/family, and completing a task together with them like a well-oiled machine, AND eating.

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