“Bake Two Cakes”, or the dangers of segmentarity

Are you learning, or playing? Choose!

Are you a novel writer or an essay writer? Choose!

Are you doing this, or that? Choose!

  • “You should do what you are supposed to do”.
  • “You can’t do two things at the same time”.
  • “You should absolutely obey the norms”.
  • “You can’t have both”.

But sometimes you don’t choose, you just don’t want to. You change, you do both, you try things, you wonder, you explore.

The danger of segmentarity is the belief that you cannot have your cake and eat it. In fact, you can : bake two cakes!

Tool : Stay organized, and conform to customs and laws of your country. But don’t ignore you also comply to absurd “rules” which really don’t exist. Beware of social pressure, beware to invented stupid rules and “obvious” expectations : this obviousness is a bubble. Burst it!

Thanks for reading!

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