I was born with this. It's a hereditary genetic condition. This is something you can go your whole life without really knowing that something's wrong. I had high blood pressure, and that was the first sign.
Knowing that something is wrong and doing it anyway happens very often in life, and I doubt I will ever know why.
How can you interview somebody about something fairly technical if you start on the wrong foot by not even knowing his name?
[perfectionism leads to] a tendency to apologize preemptively for one's efforts, knowing from experience that there's sure to be something wrong with them.
To me, nothing is more vibrant than having the power to do something but not having the experience of knowing what's right and what's wrong.
Waiting is painful. Forgetting is painful. But not knowing which to do is the worse kind of suffering.
Something will break very bad.
Wrong is for other people.