In case you’re wondering who is Andrew Yang still, through a YouTube video I watched earlier I found a link to a Venture for America’s pilot podcast which interviewed Andrew Yang in detail about how he ditched his corporate lawyer job for becoming an entrepreneur. He explained how he was transitioned from being paid well as a lawyer to go around and asking rich investors for money to support his startup. It was a difficult time for him and he went into debt and so forth. Of course, later he became a CEO of a successful company and moreover he left that company to found Venture for America which the Venture for America’s pilot podcast invited him to participate as the first guest of the podcast even though, I think, he was already washed his hand from running Venture for America at the time he got interviewed. Hopefully, I wasn’t wrong on this, but regardless this podcast reveals a lot about the man who is running for a presidency of the United States of America, and his name is Andrew Yang! Check out the podcast link right after the break. Enjoy!
Check out how a Shaolin Monk approaches life in general. I love it when I hear he says the middle way is not extreme left or right but a big circle in the video. He uses the example of eating meat as a monk is not OK when there is a vegetable, but he is practicing the middle way and so when he only has a choice of eating meat at the moment because someone offers him meat only — he would not deny since the animal is already dead. For example, this person would tell him that he or she could throw away the meat as waste if he isn’t going to accept it — thus he must do so since the animal is already dead. Moreover, he said that embrace change and middle way and do not stick to extreme concept since in life things are changing naturally and never stay the same, and by not saying eating meat is bad or eating vegetable only is bad — he is practicing the middle way by being a monk and yet he eats meat when a good samaritan is offering him meat only. So, looking at both extremes and yet don’t deny any and only do what is making sense at the moment could allow a person getting closer to the middle way.
I love to write songs and compose my own music, and so I would often look out for cool synthesizer VSTs. I got a bunch of cool synth VSTs, but I do admire the vintage hardware versions of them too. Today, I found a YouTube video that showcases a synth museum in Switzerland, and it’s awesome. This synth museum got so many hardware synths that I think all synth lovers will be at awe just to be in this place. Check out the video right after the break to see what I meant!