The Rabbit Hole is written by me, Blas Moros.

My goal is to learn, grow, and every day become a slightly better version of who I was yesterday. I’m attempting this by consuming a broad array of books, articles, and other resources, by meeting interesting people, by exposing myself to new experiences, and by taking on a variety of different monthly challenges.

After graduating from Notre Dame, I decided to spend the extra 4ish hours I now had (after “retiring” from tennis) on doing the most useful and exciting things I could think of. As much as possible, I try to set up my life so that I am always effortlessly enthused about what I am reading, learning, doing, and, most importantly, who I am spending time with. This mostly removes discipline and will-power from the equation since I am doing things which I like so much that I don’t have to force myself to do it. I have found this to be a great life philosophy and it has helped me learn quickly without it ever feeling like “work.”

I have named my site The Rabbit Hole because that is how I would characterize my learning experience so far – following whatever piques my interest, balancing exploration and exploitation. I have set up this site to help keep me accountable and (hopefully) offer some insights and inspiration by distilling what has been helpful to me.

If you are looking for a place to start, I’d recommend my teacher’s reference guides, essays, or books worth re-reading. In addition, the following are some of my most popular rabbit holes on various topics from Complexity to Disney to Paul Graham to Platforms.

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Lastly, some of the most interesting people I’ve met are those who find my writing and reach out, so please say “hi” today!

Amor Fati Amor.