A win win game

I have got a win-win game going against my son, my students and all young people in general. If I win, Iwin. If I lose, I win because losing to them makes me happy, knowing that the future generation is smart and capable makes me happy. I only play games worth playing (I guess…, who knows what my subconscious has been up to ?), so actually winning or losing does not matter much.

Paragi is a fun house-mate to have. Yesterday she entered the house and immediately turned back saying “I have forgotton my car in my keys”.


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PhD in Nonlinear Dynamics and Chaos. Teaching Physics and Mathematics to engineers for more than 11 years. I have a huge interest in teaching and learning and an incurably optimistic attitude to the limit of sounding insane. Unless specified I always interpret words as per average public perception where I take the average over my known universe, the context unfortunately is only limited to my universe, but I hope neuroscience will change it sooner or later.

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