Hey, fantastic friend!

One huge objection that is a slight deviation from my challenge since yesterday, which I will mention in a minute.

There is nothing one-dimensional in you! No one is one-dimensional; we can argue on it later. ;D But you — and your writing is the proof of it — are an inspiring, intriguing, captivating, and shining writer, and I am sure also as a person too! These were four dimensions. I probably forgot a couple of hundred others.

Phew, now back to my own challenge. I am on the "No complaints challenge." I learned it from my friends, and it is about not complaining either in words or in thoughts about anything or anyone, not even myself. Of course, I can't avoid the complaining thoughts appearing, but the challenge is about becoming aware of them, not judging them, and letting them be. Credits for this idea go to @Ariel&ShyaKane. Friends from their community had initiated this challenge several times on Facebook. And yesterday, I created a one card-game (I recently bought colorful stacks of blank playing cards) saying "No complaints challenge" on it.

So, the only complaint I had above is made and bypassed, now to applauding and cheering.

Brilliant challenge, Boateng! And my favorite feature in it is your excitement and experience of fun. Way to go!

Thank you so much for referring to my work! That means a lot. And also for so brilliantly saying what it means for me. Yes, it is my meat and drink. :D (I love meat ever since I was a child and never stopped loving it!)

Sorry for going on for so long. Ups, that was another complaint. A self-complaint. I am quickly bypassing it too. ;D I loved discovering that we started writing about the same time on Medium. I published my first two articles on April 30, 2020. :)

I'm looking forward to witnessing you playing your fun and exciting game of writing and publishing 30 articles in under 30 days!


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