There´s a film that just sums up what I want to let out of my chest tonight: Chaplin´s Modern Times. Right in the beginning, it shows a factory worker who has been doing the same movement for so long that his body was just unable to stop doing it. This is what could be called "mind numbness": when you´re so used to doing something that you just can tell if it´s right or wrong. And then, on any given day in your life, someone shows up and shows you that what you used to think to be correct in fact wasn´t, and you start feeling a little helpless. It might sound (or look) weird, but this is the time to rejoice. This is the time you realize that there´s still much to be done in life, and you can always upgrade yourself a bit more. Chaplin´s worker found his way out of his misery after reinventing himself several times over. There´s no reason why I should panic.