Here is a intriguing read on wasting time. Guess what, you aren’t wasting time actually . 😜.
This struck a chord for me. Don’t forget to read the full article.
Wasting time is about recharging your battery and de-cluttering,” he says. Taking time to be totally, gloriously, proudly unproductive will ultimately make you better at your job, says Guttridge. But it’s also fulfilling in and of itself.
Life never stops, only you can stop. Like it or not or you are part of the journey and you have to live through it. Not that I am complaining, actually infact, things have changed and it has changed for the better.
I feel I am at a point in my life I feel I have the control of how my future can be and I can do pretty much everything I can wish for. May be all the fun & experience at my new office is making me be exuberant with joy and confidence (over confidence? 😜). My work environment is contagious in a positive way. Sometimes it evens feels like I am invincible (I know for sure that it isn’t the case). May be I am exaggerating, but at this time
This piece from Dave winer is a great reminder to stay level headed and humble.
I think we all need a struggle, I think that’s where our creativity comes from. We need something that feels unattainable, but actually is not. But the struggle to rise above our humanity, that’s not going to happen for any of us. And the desire to have it robs your very human life of any value.
Joe had it right. Live a gentle human-size life. Go for a walk in your middle-class neighborhood and run into a friend of a friend and share what you see, and influence their life for the better. That’s the kind of thing a human can do. And it is, imho, where happiness comes from.