Computer problems are difficult but teach you resilience
Despite getting lucky that my computer dying ended up with a simple solution (turns out you can put an old hard drive into a different computer and it works fine), seeming to lose something important, which my computer has become to me, helps you realize what’s important and what isn’t.
Losing a computer used to paralyze me with fear. Now it’s a problem, but not debilitating. Things might change if I completely lost it, but worst case scenarios don’t seem to happen that often.
The fewer things that destabilize you the better.
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