Welcome to the moya-moya moratorium; feel free to stay for a while.
The feeling “moya-moya” seems to go hand-in-hand with a certain stage in developmental psychology, characterized by an identity crisis that Erik Erikson called a “moratorium.” As for “moya-moya” (もやもや), it’s a fun Japanese word meaning something along the lines of “hazy”, “fuzzy”, or “gloomy”.
If you wonder whether “moyatori” or “The Moyatorium” came first, the answer is the latter. “Moyatori” just sounded like the name of some pleasant little bird (｀Θ´). Please call me Moya!
About me, I have a BA in English literature am currently finishing a master’s in Library and Information Studies. I love snow and build a snow sculpture every year. Like all the happy and ordinary people in the world, I cherish food and sleep, though I’m not very good at the latter.
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