On the effect of the flu on the ability to communicate
|You Communicate With Your Ears|
Another lazy day in sunny Groningen. Sunny? Yes, you heard me. However, enjoying the Dutch light is not for me!! I'm at home, enjoying another kind of light, the one you see at the end of the tunnel after you've taken enough paracetamol and Actifed to make your brain go "--.--mipmip--.--". And wandering through the internet I found this test on Correio Verde's blog, and couldn't resist to take it.
I communicate through the ears. This is mostly true, especially because right now I have no voice and no sense of smell and taste. So ears is all I've got. But it got me thinking. This is dangerous, i know. It got me thinking about what is most important to us. Lately I've been feeling words shouldn't be as important to me as they have been so far. I mean, it's nice to lose yourself in them once in a while, but I'm now feeling inclined to take people more for their deeds than for their sayings. I mean, everyone can come up with a good punchline. But not everyone can take a good punch. See? There you have it.
And this was today's moment of philosophy. Blame it on the paracetamol.