Limited time, unattainable fantasy, and other thoughts

  • To think that the laptop is similar to Television a couple decades ago is a little bit off the line, though we’ll be just right to say that binging Youtube and Netflix is just us failing at our self-control and time management. Business would always find themselves to be helpful and servile to people, and there will always be people who is in need of the service.
  • Indeed, you have to make yourself and service indispensable to survive in the competition. The customers actually have more power than one would think of.
  • Talking about Mark Manson, he’s the dude I would wish every single birthday thanks to the graceful service that he has done. Maybe philosophy after all, isn’t a really boring field. It’s a great thing that occurs to humanity, for that we have the ability to think, and self-reflects. We think about how we think, whereas our thinking can alter our actions, our course of life, and everything that is associated with it. That ability in itself is amazing. I am honored to have lived it.
  • Perhaps I would stop listening to a few people who I keen to listen to, and open myself up to the possibility of failing, or else, need to take better decisions.
  • Am I living my best today? Definitely not, but good thing, at least I’m not dead.
  • I thought of putting myself out there and I got ghosted. So far, it’s ok. I tested the hypothesis. No response. The only conclusion I should draw, is that in this particular time and presence, with this particular situation, it doesn’t really work. And that shouldn’t stop me from testing out my outrageous drive to get people attention’s. After all, if it doesn’t work now, it doesn’t mean that it won’t ever work.
  • Living online and project ourselves onto the digital world is like a surreal experience. It’s incredibly exhilarating to think that some of our thoughts, part of our consciousness, would be able to reach other people even after we are physically gone. Well the truth is, we are physically gone, for many other people who used to surround us. But perhaps it’s the interactions, and responses that we receive is what matters more. I therefore, would try to reduce the pain of disappointment, by holding less expectation on others.
  • What am I working towards now? Perfect my grade, do the event well, and have a healthy lifestyle. I have made a promise, therefore I must deliver. There’s too much to blame on, but I would fail myself if I don’t stay on the course and do my work.
  • After all, I would probably grow into someone who is wiser, but more courageous. I don’t like being wise but fearful.
  • What else do I have to do? Lots. Also, everyday is an uphill battle. You can feel thankful that you are still alive, but at the same times, you ought to wonder, how come am I still alive. And that’s the dilemma of living. Perhaps.

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