George Bernard Shaw once claimed that he wanted to die all used up. Do you notice there is a lot of goal-directed meaning in it.
Life with purpose is much more meaningful, much more satisfying to the individual. Ah, the music I am listening to is quite distracting. My thoughts are drowning themselves in the whirlpool of words and music. But well, I might continue writing.
It is the fact that, if you do the necessary math, with all the petty calculations, you realize that there is not much time to be used. Taking time into consideration, resources pop up in the picture.
Dying used up – when all of yourself has been invested in worthwhile matters. This not only includes successes, but also failures. The satisfaction that comes with knowing that you have at least attempted to do something; there is nothing more fulfilling than that. Trust me.
For doing so brings wisdom, the know-how of paths which to take up along the way. It puts your life to place, setting your focus on one direction: toward the way of success.
Everyone wants to achieve some kind of pinnacle in their lives. They want so much to climb the tallest mountain, to cross the deepest seas, and to jump over the highest hurdle… they sometimes forget about what the gear they need to bring along to keep themselves through.
Well, ready your own gear.