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bio website nefcanto.com
location Tehran, Iran
age 31
visits member for 2 years, 9 months
seen Apr 6 at 10:05

Who am I? I don't really know. Many times I've seen behaviors of mine that astonished me. Many times I've felt something, deep inside, that made me rethink of my very existence. I'm a guy in pursuit of self-awareness, happiness, and satisfaction.

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Apr
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awarded  Popular Question
Mar
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awarded  Notable Question
Mar
17
revised Where using “title” instead of “name” is justified?
edited title
Mar
17
comment Where using “title” instead of “name” is justified?
Dear @Susan, that's why I'm asking this question. I now they're not synonymous. I just don't know where they might be used interchangeably.
Mar
17
asked Where using “title” instead of “name” is justified?
Feb
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awarded  Notable Question
Nov
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awarded  Quorum
Nov
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awarded  Notable Question
Oct
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comment Is it correct to say that “John is responsible for Mary”?
@snailboat, thanks for your feedback. I updated the question.
Oct
27
revised Is it correct to say that “John is responsible for Mary”?
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Oct
27
comment Is it correct to say that “John is responsible for Mary”?
Really? Can't we use the word "responsible" in that context?
Oct
27
comment Is it correct to say that “John is responsible for Mary”?
I'm trying to denote concepts like "supporting somebody", or "helping him", or "taking care of him" and stuff like that. Thanks.
Oct
27
revised Is it correct to say that “John is responsible for Mary”?
deleted 1 characters in body; edited title
Oct
27
asked Is it correct to say that “John is responsible for Mary”?
Oct
19
awarded  Notable Question
Sep
25
comment Any name for “focusing on the problem, not on the solution”
@MichaelEdenfield thanks for your comment. I changed the title. Actually by target, I meant a physical target. For example, say that you want to go to country X (target). You have many paths to get there, many transportation options, many ways.
Sep
25
revised Any name for “focusing on the problem, not on the solution”
edited title
Sep
24
comment Any name for “focusing on the problem, not on the solution”
Yeah, big picture denotes that concept to some extent. But it's more like a description of a thing, rather than an attitude.
Sep
24
comment Any name for “focusing on the problem, not on the solution”
Not really informative and descriptive :)
Sep
24
comment Any name for “focusing on the problem, not on the solution”
Nice term. But it's not well recognized. I'm searching for a more formal, widely recognized term, such that can be found in credible sites like Wikipedia. Thanks for answering though. +1.