Tamás Boros

Our world, with its rules of causality, has trained us to be miserly with forgiveness. By forgiving too readily, we can be badly hurt. But if we've learned from a mistake and become better for it, shouldn't we be rewarded for the learning, rather than punished for the mistake?

What if our world worked differently? Suppose we could tell her: "I didn't mean what I just said," and she would say: "It's okay, I understand," and she would not turn away, and life would really proceed as though we had ever said that thing? We could remove the damage but still be wiser for the experience.

This is one of the truest quotes I've ever read and actually it's from a PC game called Braid. Not so long time ago I was a big fan of PC games, but times have changed and I spend less time in front of my screen in my free time. I think I became more like a social person and I love spending my time with my friends.

It doesn't mean I don't do nerdy things at home, of course I do. I like working on smaller projects, surfing the web, learn new things and wash the dishes.

I think of myself as a funny and creative person but when required, I can be the most serious person on the entire Earth.