Monthly Archives: November 2018
I was so close to success, to a real success, so close! One step away from success, one step away! Lesson learned: Luck is the ultimate ingredient!
Today, I talked to Woebot, an A.I. clinical therapist. From “MAY A.I. HELP YOU?“: Two-thirds of people will never get in front of a clinician,” says Darcy, who talks in an exuberant flow. “And that’s in the United States! The … Continue reading
From “Prolific and self-taught scholar who rehabilitated Nietzsche“: At a time when paper shortages made jobs scarce for journalists, he mastered his crafts as journalist, linguist and writer through a mixture of singleminded determination and sheer talent. He was, in … Continue reading
Tears are surrounded around my eyes ready to drop while I read Ms. Cengiz obituary on NYTimes, a doctoral student at a university in Istanbul, and who was Jamal Khashoggi’s fiancée. Such a complicated matter, and loneliness is around the corner … Continue reading
From “My Fiancé Jamal Khashoggi Was a Lonely Patriot“: When your loved one leaves this world, the other world no longer seems scary or far away. It is being left here all alone, without them, that is most painful. The … Continue reading