Tame Your DE

Today I wanted to write about the “doing energy”. For those of you that don’t know, “doing energy” is very much like breathing. See, as long as you are breathing, you can do a lot of things. However, when you stop breathing, you are able to do less and less depending on how long since you last breathed. That is unless you are something that doesn’t breathe… like… DJ Khaled.

So the “doing energy” is actually something that has it’s own thoughts and opinions. Everyone has their own version of the “doing energy” and each version is into different things… This is important in your life because you will often need to predict when the “doing energy” will leave you by yourself.

Here is an example. My DE is mildly into the university work. It’s also fairly into hiking, listening to music, eating, coming home and sleeping. However, my DE is not into doing the washing, revision or neat handwriting. This means that when I try and do those things, the energy leaves me… I am by no means “lazy” or “not bothered”. In fact, I like having clean clothes. I just don’t have control over what my DE does.

This gets a little complicated when you go on to the fact that your DE can change its mind. I had plenty DE to do the washing and pack for tomorrow. Unfortunately, my DE changed its mind when I walked into my room. The DE quickly went from the productive mode into the “Fuck everything, I’m home” mode.

So there you go… Fortunately your DE problems, just like mine, can be solved by a careful study of your DE. Additionally, you can tempt you DE to become obedient. This can be done with treats such as ink or scrap paper.

The problem is that you will need some DE to do any of those things…

My writing DE has just run out.

This post may or may not have been about differential equations 😛


Flickr photo by tinafranklindg https://flickr.com/photos/97481684@N08/14096568717 shared under a Creative Commons (BY) license


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