Is one of the most famous quotes by Shinji Ikari of Neon Genesis Evangelion (also the name of the second episode).
It is also the sentence that follows me from the beginning of this journey.
It is time to get back on track or, at least, time to try to do it!
It is hard.
Once you start, is easy to go ahead but when you have to interrupt it for some reason it becomes incredible hard to restart.
Nevertheless, here I am, starting over again, with less concentration than ever T_T
Like everything, the beginning is always the most complicated part. All is new, we are not aware of what we should do or how. Then, after a certain period (it depends on you), we become more familiar with those things. One day, you wake up and realize that you are now in a routine. Nothing seems hard or weird. Maybe you become able to work listening to music, you can let the other interrupt or distract you because -now- it is so easy to restart… You are now an “expert” in your matter….
It is true… Practise makes the master!
This is one of the many reasons why I finally decided to start to write in English.
Being honest, I thought to do it thousand time in the past but the worry of not writing perfectly, or at least readable, always stopped me.
So, what changed now? Am I now good enough?
…deve darci la pace.
Non basta la buona fede, si deve dimostrarla, perché gli uomini sempre vedono e poche volte pensano.”
Di cui non posso che discuterne il più seriamente possibile.
Un problema tanto mio quanto, forse, vostro.
Stato, condizione di chi, in conseguenza di uno sforzo fisico o mentale, o di un forte stato di tensione o emozione, sente diminuita la propria forza e la propria capacità di continuare nell’attività normale, o in quella in cui era impegnato.