In the madness that is our daily life, we often forget the essentials, we tend to count our value by how much we have, how much we have achieved but we almost always ignore the true value which comes from experiences we have gathered over time. James clear emphasises on the importance of this with a nice little story that you should read from his blog post.
This portion stood out for me.
We live in a world obsessed with results. Like Herrigel, we have a tendency to put so much emphasis on whether or not the arrow hits the target. If, however, we put that intensity and focus and sincerity into the process—where we place our feet, how we hold the bow, how we breathe during the release of the arrow—then hitting the bullseye is simply a side effect.
Do read the entire post. It is often the journey that matters isn’t it, after all life is a journey.