Thank you, Mr Cha, for all the wisdom and literary wonders you have bestowed upon us.
Given the abundance of new pleasures in the 21st century, why are we not satisfied? Will there be a cultural innovation that can give us the answer? Here are my two cents.
I believe I am like everyone else: confronted by the same mundane struggles, baffled by our similarly unique limitations, living a day at a time, yearning for connections, searching for happiness, unravelling the purposes of life. My day job is unsurprisingly uninspiring, whereby, for five days a week, I appease the unappeasable, reason with the unreasonable, and attempt the unattemptable. Yet,... Continue Reading →