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Aug 23, 2010

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30 comments:

Srta D. said...

Right on time for my thoughts! Thanks, Alex! =P

vintage birdy ♥ said...

love this, infact, i read all your quotes and theyre an inspiration to me. :)

Love,
vintage-birdy.blogspot.com
{no, it's not about birds}

Sarah said...

I love this.

Marco said...

This one should've been about the meaning of life!

Penny Lane said...

and not thinking about it doesn't make it dissapear either!

Mariana said...

I really needed this one...

love the blog!!

Malkav said...

In fact, it sometimes makes things harder.

Just go with your first guess, it's usually the right one!

Peter Fong said...

lol at the scrotum head. Love your illustrations and wise words :)

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Heather said...

I agree on this !!!

Grigori said...

Really needed that today, thank you very much,

Musa said...

i learned this after a long time, and a lot of thinking =/

eszett said...

wow! today i've spent an hour at my psychiatrist talking about this issue (and i mean the exact same thing). I'm thinking about purchasing this as a greeting card but actually i wish i could tattoo this right into the palm of my hand.

this is ace, just saying.

Nicole D said...

This picture is exactly what I do and feel all the time...You are awesome!

meri moor said...

so fuckin' true..

:) love your drawings
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Ad Chick said...

EXCELLENT! My head feels like this today...OK, every damned day.

de Emmanuel said...

You oversimplify things, again. There is such a thing as being obsessive about a "problem" you can't solve and there is working on a problem that may take you a very long time to solve. Einstein worked on his theory of relativity and his "special" theory of relativity for years. Then, of course, there is being obsessive about everything. Everyone has different limits at which we need to take breaks/vacations or give up altogether before breaking down. The trick is to know yours.

Miss Journey said...

SO TRUE!
So simply stated yet so complex. When in the midst of a problem, having this revelation is such a weight off.

Tania said...

Problems only exists in our heads, and yes, they become bigger and bigger with grey clouds around when we don´t see that.

really liked your work, keep on!!!!

Naeemul Hassan (N@ffi) said...

like

The Writer said...

When you have a problem, and you couldn't solve it the first three to five minuets, take a breather and get back to it later. when you get back to it, you would laugh on how easy the solution really was...

Regina said...

I agree...but I can´t...
...thanks for existing.

shan said...

very nice indeed.
i want to reuse this cartoon on my blog. can i ?

Polar Bear said...

Just what I need to hear right now!
Stumbled upon your blog by chance and love your drawings. Awesome work. Keep going forward! :)

Catherine Mackie said...

When I think too much about a problem my brain definitely goes into overdrive and I end up making the most stupid decisions. There again, when I don't think about a problem much I end up making the most stupid decisions too... Guess I just can't win... Love your blog. Not only am I now a follower, I posted this cartoon to facebook too..

Beqki said...

haha soo True! this is a great cartoon!

Taylor Darneille said...

Exactly what I needed at this time! Thank you so much! Your cartoons are fantastic and very inspirational.

Char said...

Thank you for the reminder!

HoverHell said...

The same, in a different way:
“Thinking from what you know is often not the most effective way to solve a particular problem.”
(communicating, experimenting, and other directions might be much more preferrable too!)

SiBuahCeri said...

hahaha...really need that today.thanks..

James Miraflor said...

Disagree.

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