Don't blame those who don't flush the toilet.
They save world's water.
It is in /etc/vim
In the /etc/vim/vimrc file, add the following lines:
let &t_SI = "\e[5 q"
let &t_EI = "\e[1 q"
Other options (replace the number after \e[):
Ps = 0 -> blinking block.
Ps = 1 -> blinking block (default).
Ps = 2 -> steady block.
Ps = 3 -> blinking underline.
Ps = 4 -> steady underline.
Ps = 5 -> blinking bar (xterm).
Ps = 6 -> steady bar (xterm).
Credits to this stackoverflow answer.
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You cannot change Joe Biden. But you can change yourself.
As far as I understand, this citation is about the following. When something bad happens, it is senseless to be angry on someone or somebody. Especially if this somebody is a powerful institution. It is like to be angry on tsunami or volcano. Instead, we should think how can we change ourselves. Tsunami is a teacher and we are students. It is up to us whether to take a lesson or not.