I’m Zuhaib. People call me anything but ‘ezuhaib’. That’s what I call myself. At some point in our possible interaction you’ll ask why. I’ll tell you why. I’d have figured it out by then.
Of the many things I love, I’d rank science first, philosophy second and technology third. Writing challenging code for long hours and beating any perplexities and distractions with coffee and background music makes some of my life’s best moments.
I’ve always been an introvert. I’ve struggled in vain against the tendency for years. It never worked. The joy I have going out on solo walks under the moon light is so much that giving up this life would never be easy.
Everyone expects a screwed up person like me to have some crazy ambitions. Well, like me, my ambitions have been incoherent. I want to be a nanomedical scientist. I want to be a neurophilosopher. I want to be a professional Ruby on Rails developer. I want to be a competent physician. But I hardly realize how short life is. I try convincing myself how the new age isn’t for polymaths.
What really sucks about me is my extraordinary perfectionism which comes bundled with extraordinary procrastination and , sometimes, stubbornness. Having fought with these tendencies for years, I ended up concluding that I was hardwired this way. I’ve now given up and continue living an apparently very messed up but practically very peaceful life.
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