“Studying is important, of course, but the real purpose of study is to enrich oneself as a human being in order to make valuable contributions that will benefit many people. Grades are just one way of measuring progress toward that goal. If study ends up robbing people of their humanity, its purpose is completely destroyed.”… Read More Education for Humanity
For anyone who may like some anonymous support, there is a tool called 7 Cups (https://www.7cups.com/12033798) where you can pretty instantly chat with a listener for free. (The link is my personal one.) So if you didn’t know it exists, I want to help people know it’s available.
Think of your days as easy or challenging rather than good or bad. 7cups.com
Let me make this less metaphorical and outline specifically how problems help us grow. One, problems break down our denial. Two, they free us from the distraction systems. Three, they teach us to ask for help. Four, they help us level up. Five, they teach us how to authentically care for other people. https://www.7cups.com/7cups-for-the-searching-soul/lesson4.html Here… Read More Problems and Relationships
“One last distraction: accomplishments. Some of you smarter folks reading this may have already realized the game of grades, corporate ladder climbing, and money. You may be an independent thinker that is focused on accomplishments. I applaud you. However, a warning, just like with the above distractions, be careful not to get addicted to accomplishments.… Read More Don’t Get Addicted to Accomplishments
My point is, I don’t understand how people live. It’s amazing to me that people wake up every morning and say, “Yeah, another day, let’s do it.” How do people do it? I don’t know how. BoJack Horseman
The beautiful thing about the collaborative work of art is that it will not paint or draw or sculpt itself. This version of love allows us to decide what it looks like. https://www.ted.com/talks/mandy_len_catron_a_better_way_to_talk_about_love?utm_campaign=tedspread&utm_medium=referral&utm_source=tedcomshare