The joke goes like this: “Why is a math book so sad? Because it has so many problems.” But of course that’s a distortion of the truth. In fact, the math book loves its problems. Its problems are its reason for being. Besides that, all of its problems are interesting challenges, not frustrating curses. Best of all, every problem has a definite answer, and all the answers are provided in the back of the book. Now here’s the most excellent news of all, Cancerian: I think you’ll be like a math book in the coming weeks.
I know it. I feel it. The answers are right there, I just need to get to the back of the book. I feel on the edge of the edge and the view is beautiful. It’s already here, I just have to wait for the time/space continuum to sync up.
I want to be a physics book. Same sorts of problems with solutions, but they tend to have neater diagrams in them. /wink