These are my thoughts when I was trying to find the answer to the ultimate question. Everyone has their own reality and their own set of ultimate questions and corresponding answers.
I’m sharing mine with the hope that it helps you avoid some mistakes as you go through the ultimate journey that we call life.
Who I am doesn't matter. What I will do to make the world a better place matters. The ultimate answer doesn't matter. The journey you take to find your answers matters.
Never stop learning. What you learn about yourself and the world around you matters. The experiences you have matter.
It’s okay to ask for help. It’s okay to say “I don't know”.
As long as you’ve really understood the actual nature of the mistakes you made and learnt from them. It’s okay to lose the war, don’t lose the lesson.
Sometimes we’re in a hurry to say sorry. We’re in a hurry to be forgiven. We apologize for the wrong thing. This hurts the other person even more, because they feel that we never understood them. You can’t rush the other person to forgive you. Seek forgiveness and give it time.
Don’t panic. Relax. Give your wounds time to heal. Find your balance.
It'll get tougher and tougher, until it becomes very easy. Keep at it. Don't give up. Try again. You fail only when you stop trying.
Things I’ve learnt so far from life and the people who I’ve been lucky to have met so far.
Random on purpose.
Living document. Updated as and when I have learnt some more.
Things I've tried to balance at some point in my life.
If you were to read one article this month, this must be it.
This comment on Hacker News by phuff
Something I had saved from Hacker News
Ask these questions before you begin to fly -
Do you have enough fuel to take off and land?
Are you ready to take a good leap of faith?
Have you let go of everything that might hold you back?
Have you said your goodbyes to those who will miss you if don’t come back?
This is a short primer on curating the knowledge we gain, the thoughts that we have or the information we accumulate on a daily basis.
These are some things I've learnt about managing my tasks effectively.