Experience comes from skill, not knowledge. And skill stems from practice. Gaining more experience is by doing more practice. Gaining knowledge is just a side effect. The more practice you do, the more concrete your experience is.
If you think you know enough, you are yet to discover the abundance of knowledge. When we think that we know everything, we stop searching. When we stop searching, we stop creating new knowledge leading to stagnation.
Truth is the reality. Lie is an illusion. Which world would you prefer to live in?
You are free to compare yourself to others, as long as you use the information gathered to learn and improve. But if you use that information to just pass a judgement, to look down on people or/and to beat yourself for not being successful, then you'll never find achievement. Observation is a tool of learning. …
You are a product of the environment, surrounded by other products of the environment. We have the tendency to come on top of everything, and we do that by interacting with nature around us. Our interactions are not always planned, and certainly not always favourable. We are an experiment of the environment, and to find …
What you focus on will decide what you occupy your mind with. What you occupy your mind with will become your reality, irrespective of how good or bad it is.
We are made imperfect because the universe has faith in us that we are more than capable of perfecting ourselves.
If we can all willing accept success, why not hard work?
Incompetent people have a tendency of dragging themselves and others down. If you come across such people, or are turning into one, you not only have to stop them from affecting you, but also show them the right way. Life can be so much more than a pull and push quest.