Engage what’s attainable not what is available
Being in charge of something that improves with each passing day and is a blessing to humanity is a blessing of time. That’s where your emotions should be.
It’s true that you don’t have to be like everyone else. If you can make sense of your singularity space, that’s plenty. Momentary pleasures are however wonderful, but they are never the best. Especially if everyone forgets about it the next day.
Humans have such a limited memory span that they will forget how beautiful it was.
The majority of pleasures are dreams and fleeting. We won’t get very far if they set the pace for us.
Thinking differently and focusing on doing what is most appropriate and necessary to make future routes correctly is preferable to pouring all of your emotions into the present and current events of things that are quickly forgotten.
Steve Jobs lived for 56 years, 35 of which he spent establishing Apple Incorporation, his and Wozniak’s brainchild that is now valued at over $2.08 trillion and feeds tens of thousands of people. You’re not Steve Jobs, but what sets you apart?
Myles Munroe lived for 60 years and wrote 214 novels, all of which had 73064 ratings on Goodreads. What would make you better if you weren’t Myles Munroe?
Immerse yourself in what is going to address difficulties for millions of other individuals on a regular basis. If we only live for ourselves, life is absolutely meaningless; after all, we are only a little speck of particles in the vastness of the Universe.
If you don’t reform now, you won’t alter afterward, and who knows when you’ll die and we’ll forget about you. Don’t make the mistake of thinking you’re Colonel Sanders of Kentucky Fried Chicken; the odds are always one in a billion.