first, rely on the deluge for change rather then the perfectly crafted message.
second, take any road not only the road less traveled. but sometimes, it is best to go in the opposite direction of traffic.
third, your body ages over the decades, it’s inevitable. don’t wait for that to happen to you. get up and experience life.
Fourth, don’t take short cuts to the things that are meaningful to you. life really isn’t like a game show. you really don’t stand in line and perform to be discovered. you perform every moment of every day. and you live the road you chose to live.
Fifth, listen to the generations that came before you. They are speaking to you.
Sixth, do one through five with patience, practice and discipline
In the age of hubris,
humility is a pleasant paradise.
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I sure the F@ck hope not!
This started as “overcome your fear” but that seems overused.
don’t give fear too much credence.
Prioritize it appropriately.
Endure your suffering.
We all get frustrated, but remember that
everything is impermanent.
Ride the wave your on.
Michelangelo began with his Patron’s, the Medici family, and rode them straight to the Vatican.
We all have patrons.
No one goes through this life on their own
so overcome yourself.
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If you don’t mind drinking from one, go ahead. But you may not last long.
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Advancements don’t come from people telling you why you can’t do something. They come from moving past those conversations
The closest thing i have to belief is probability.
I have no faith.
In the work world, avoid the following:
Play the odds
See what sticks
See how the environment has changed
this is an empty page,
think critically for yourself and accept the choices you make
There is no one else like me…
It was meant to happen…
It’s for the greater good…
We have a way of living by pendulum swings throughout our existence.
We are in love, and then we aren’t.
We were liberal in our youth and we’ve become conservative as we’ve aged.
We don’t care about religion and then we are fervently ideological.
We suffer through grief and war and accept kindness, and then we loose the ability to be even slightly tolerant.
Even a moderate perspective can also be perceived as extreme.
There is no progression to build the necessary knowledge for growth of the human condition.
It appears that we are in a perpetual cycle of torching our past and pushing the pendulum in the opposite direction.
perfection is momentary and impermanent
we are fortunate when we experience those moments.
Nothing stays perfect.
It’s okay to rest your body and your mind and enjoy the space you inhabit in the moment.
Your body and your mind have maintenance modes, which gives them time to recover and regenerate.
It’s why we sleep.
It’s an interesting design.