If humans were truly selfish, then they would work toward preserving the environment, not destroying it. After all who lays waste to their home?
Anyone can learn anything. The point of specialising in a field (apart from getting a job and what not) is to develop a keen eye for detail. Detail that a lay person would miss or misunderstand. That's where your experience comes in. Practice to the point of near-perfection to know what you have dedicated yourself …
Don't be critical about technology. Be wary of people who wield it.
I want to live my life in the most possible unconventional way. No scripts. Changing and adapting, then changing again, to experience the purity of every diverse choice out there. Living unconventionally doesn't guarantee happiness or success. Things could become better, or even worse. It's a risky venture. But hey, you only live once. I'd …
There's no way to save just the good person. For both good and bad lies within.
Expertise is about maintaining flexibility. If you focus too much on the details, you miss the big picture. If you focus too much on the big picture, you fail to notice the details that compose it. With flexibility, you see the same topic with different perspectives.
There's no right way to do something. Costs are everywhere whether we see them or not. It doesn't mean we stop. It means we keep looking and trying to find a better way.
Exposure is not experience, learning is, especially when done using a variety of media.
Don't be afraid of failure. Do be wary of it. Don't let the failure overpower your drive to experiment and experience.
There's a big difference between doing what you like and liking what you do.