The few people who share your most exceptional characteristics are your tribe, the population that is most likely to contain your heart's partner.I suggest that you should be pickier, less accepting and more committed to the "bad attitude" that will make you seek people who are extraordinary in the same way you are.
Additional knowledge milestones await you after you've invested more time, such as "flushing corners", "minimizing blowback", and "blinding the cyclists".
On the charts I've made here, the knowledge milestones are made up and arbitrary, but I wasn't sure how else to lable the vertical axis.
Instead, I end up simply witnessing singles of both sexes failing to find each other.
I believe this failure has much to do with the model of love-seeking most popular in our culture: the idea of romantic pursuit as a type of predation, a hunting expedition the goal of which is capture.
The reasons are well-documented, and range from an evolutionary attraction to fuller figures due to their child-bearing potential, to a simpler interpretation that we are naturally drawn to the aesthetic of curves, hence their pervasiveness in many aspects of design.
History has shown us that time and time again, the hourglass figure is the most sought-after trait in a prospective sexual partner.
In my experience, the way of thinking that leads to successful relationships is altogether different.
It's focused on the idea that the way to find love is to become so much yourself that you find others of your own kind, with whom you can share freedom. The predator model of love leads to a hunter's way of dating: Seek large gatherings of your prey, dangle a false self as bait, wait for an individual to stray from the herd, then pounce on him with all the wit and wile it takes to bring him down. The great bulge in the middle represents areas where you are, well, average.
There is more to learn, but the player will never learn as quickly as she did at the beginning of her lesson. In conversation, I would never say that leaf blowing has a steep learning curve, but here it is, steep as hell.
I don't care how dull you are, it only takes about two minutes to get up and running blowing leaves.
The story, which is based on director Shamim Sarif and producer Hanan Kattan’s own relationship, follows the bashful budding writer as she encounters, falls for and then woos the gorgeous Tala, played by international sensation Lisa Ray.