The question isn't whether you know something or not. The question isn't whether you made a mistake or not. The question is whether you're willing to learn, willing to grow and be your best possible self. Your life distills down to the choice you're willing to make for yourself, not what you did in the …
Exposing the children to both good and bad of the world, allow them to decide their own future. You don't lay down answers, but make various paths for them to walk on. If we keep hiding what's bad, they will be more intrigued by the bad, and begin taking good for granted. A rational argument …
We live in a world where for most people, their choices define them. Only the exceptional people get to define their choices. They change and make their own way.
Knowledge doesn't define how smart you are. Your choices do.
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 always a better choice. But sometimes looking for better can make things worse.
There's always a better choice. But sometimes looking for better can make things worse. Accepting what you have is a healthy option. But it doesn't mean you don't a better plate. At some point in life you have to trade-off. It's up to you what you want to put up for trade.
Intention is the first step towards constructing one's ideal reality.
Just because I don't do something doesn't mean I can't do it.
Best thing to do isn't always the right thing.