Washington, D.C. may be the capital of the United States (where I call home) but a fun fact about our nation is New York City (another place I call home) was actually the first capital of the United States.
What makes New York City unique for so many is that it is also considered a feeling. You will always deep down either love or hate it. It’ll feel like the greatest experience ever. Or possibly the worse experience. That’s just on a day by day bases.
This month marks me reaching my 29th birthday. I remind myself not just to live but to reflect. When you reach certain points in your life you begin to realize it’s not solely just about one or the other, but through reflection comes life. In order to appreciate where you are, one has to see who you’ve chosen to become.
Beer is another thing Joe and share an interest in. This isn’t anything special, I know. The majority of men share a passion for beer, but the share part is a bit hard if you live on different continents. Thankfully we’ve had the opportunity to enjoy our fair share of beers together in the past (and future) but until the next time we have the opportunity, there is an app called Untappd. I’m hooked on it.
Imagine a lake, undisturbed.. still. Now throw a rock or even a pebble into it. You can envision the lake now having waves that span out of the area impacted to an extended area. The motion can make it pretty difficult to see what’s going on beneath the surface of the water. And should the movement come from the ground of the water, it can make it murky or muddy it, leaving it all too unclear.
Just like life and our view of the world around us..
It comes in a lot of forms and measurements. Regardless of one’s associations in life, it’s a fundamental part of any relationship’s foundation.
Possibly, the greatest indicators for it are availability and reliability. Dependability and reliability play hand in hand. The one underlying commonality between the two is availability. It’s all tied into one.
So, you may have asked yourself why “TheCommonEinstein”? To answer that in short, we’re in no way in any relation to arguably the greatest physicist to have ever lived. Nor are we in any field of science as well. Just friends who’ve been told “nice job, Einstein!” jokingly throughout life (who hasn’t though?).