an open letter on ChemFun.
But money is and never will be enough – so be thankful with what you have now because it is always better than nothing.
I can’t exactly pinpoint the actual day when I got fed up. I just remember there was a fire that lit up in me one day that told me to turn down the volume on my spirit because the turn up wasn’t working for me anymore.
I had difficulty focusing on things this year. Conversations, projects, the enjoyment of the good bits of life. Things that made life worth living. It felt like I was all about ticking days off the calendar instead of seizing the day.
It just occurred to me how ephemeral our lives truly are. Now why would I think that, having only just hit the first quarter of my life?
Life may have thrown snowballs at you for a very long time. While trying hard to see the silver lining behind every cloud, you may have become exhausted and emotionally numb. Is there a way out?
Everything we aspire to have or become in life matters little in the final analysis because it’s rarely mentioned at our eulogy. Knowing this, why do we pursue things of little significance? Why are we so stressed about things that matter little, especially when we won’t be remembered for them?