First notes from 300 Arguments
Part 1 of my notes from this interesting little book. The book is not organized into chapters, so my notes won't have any natural break points.
I was unaware of my assumption that we would always have more time. It's so easy to slip into that assumption. Inspired by page .
Notice. Practice noticing who you truly are and be that person. 
At some level our instantaneous language skills are always inadequate to what we feel. 
What might be the consequence of this? This = having a worst regret mean you believe there was an origin, a decision you made, that lead to all your undeserved misfortune (folly). This ?= trying to write perfectly (don't do that!). Hold that question while writing stories. 
Other people, stupid ones, may decide what's best for you about your grief. Your friends will give you options. 
This "fragment" claim, I don't necessarily agree. The claim being that a fragment was once whole and now isn't. Fragments can be unfinished too. 
When learning about each other, how much of that is automatic vs what we think is intentional?