Zen and Scrabble

Thought of the day, brought to you by the one and only, Angela Tchou:

in regards to speed scrabble
speed scrabble is so freaking zen, in that you get really attached to a word you make, but when you finally let go and rearrange your letters you always end up doing better
ALL ATTACHMENT IS SUFFERING

2 thoughts on “Zen and Scrabble

  1. I loved the writing analyzer: I put in three pieces of writing. My sermon reads like Isaac Asimov. oops.

    The other two samples: David Foster Wallace, and Ursula Le Guin—not bad company. Thanks for the link.

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