One of the biggest challenges is working out the difference between not caring what people think, and not caring.
Sorry for being such a dick.
And nearly 20 years later I really understood the devasting power in the lyrics of this song.
Yes please 🙂
After successfully completing my 31 Days at the end of last week, I’m starting a fresh challenge today, this time 60 days.
After the lessons learnt from The 31 Day Challenge, I’m feeling quite confident about this challenge, even with the doubled time frame.
I will also be adding a fitness element of alternating cycling and gym days to this challenge. Basically daily exercise and stretching.
It’s been a long few days.
Most things in life can only be known & understood via personal experience.
And even then, all knowledge acquisition is subject to the conditions it was consumed under. For example, stress and uncertainty are not ideal conditions for retaining information. Such difficulties tend to leave a greater lasting experiential & emotional impact, and are not so conducive to absorbing and retaining theoretical or conceptual amounts of data.
Focus but don’t focus.
Fuck you Zen teaching.
… by which I mean, isn’t it interesting how so many of the great bits of knowledge are quite simple, and it’s that simplicity, coupled with the reach of their relevance and power, that makes them so difficult to discover in the first place.
Negativity is fucked. It is the ultimate buzz kill.
When I say ‘negativity’, I’m referring to the internal, perceptive state of mind type, not the type dished outward by people towards others. That kind of negativity can actually produce a productive result – either clearly indicating a particular nature within someone, or highlighting some otherwise unseen element to something.
One problem I’ve had with self-help personal growth blah blah blah materials is they either are too specific or too generic (I group these 2 as the same problem, just polar opposites).
Basically, too much author, not enough room for reader.