Understanding is based on holding a malleable space in the mind. 2. Math allows a measure or order. 3. Math is like learning a foreign language - exposure! 4. There is a time to say "I can't" and a time to say "I can". 5. Personal hard work must be activated. 6. There will be a time time to invent, a time to watch, a time to solve problems, and a time to take notes - let them come out of desire. 7. Assumptions slowly transform into comprehension, forgetfulness slowly turns into memory. 8. Math is traveling through all the illusions to come into reality. 9. I will always make markers for my steps. 10. I will always say something about the motions. 11. I will always say something about my capacity. 12. I will always wish to discern qualities. 13. There will always be existential questions. 14. No one will be able to look beyond a good night's sleep, nor be able to see tomorrow. 15. "He" will become the Voice in which you hear math.
P.S. It is the simple math that is hardest to calculate, and not knowing how to solve a problem is the hardest math.
Studying physics and math for five years (self-study).