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Shaping your Wisdom

Most of the time, Wisdom hit you in an unexpected ways- in fact, you’ll be surprised how on earth you’re realizing all of it all of a sudden. Once that happens, you’ve to think harder, wonder about and put your best efforts to analyze the realization- is it could be really true? Is it a heliutunation? Could it be just a biased and faulty realization?

Eventually, the more you try to dismiss it or try to validate it in so many different angel/perspective, when still you feel like, yeah, you get it figured out right. Then try to accept the grasp from many different perspective again, and then when it feels like ‘Ti’s explain it perfectly’, OMG.

Sleep on it, put the wisdom in a box for a few more hours/days/weeks. Do you still feel the same as it first poped up on your mind?

Congrats! Carefully realize what the wisdom is telling you, over and over, take your time and trim any doubt you had in you about it. Then, take a long breath now and then to see what actions does your Wisdom suggest.

Once you gone through all of that process, you know what needs to be done. Have the courage? Go, and don’t look back, however don’t forget to validate impact of your actions once you went though one or more steps.

Don’t have the courage? Shut up, and go back to your Wisdom-less life. It’s Okay, to be that boneless person, most people have it, so can you. No shame on it, after all you get what you use your strength for. No pain, no gain.

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Tale: Madness

Once you spot a person who is Mad, well, a Mad person, whom you get to know at some point of your life- and for one reason or another you decided to hang out with that Mad person. Be sure that soon you’ll find many other seemingly Mad people around you, like it or not.

At this point, you’ve choice whether you want to keep up, and become the Maddest- or, run away. Will you be a smart lad/lass, thinking you will pretend to enjoy the Madness? Just for a while?

Pretty soon you won’t have to pretend. Because, no matter how strong your sanity you think you’ve- it will pass, sooner or later.

And, my dear fellow, you will become yet another Mad person. Just like the others- welcome to the Mad world.

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YOLO!

Most people overestimate what they can do in 1 year and underestimate what they can do in 10 years.” —Bill Gates

Sharing this due to my nature of looking at things in the longer term. You need to live on the moments and so on- however, how these small pieces of events tied together in a loop, and build something over the years vs decades are something you need to be thoughtful about.

You’re an artist when your day to day led by your life, and occasionally you disrupt it to go to the direction based on your needs and wants.

Rock on, you only live once. :))

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Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn

One should never direct people towards happiness, because happiness too is an idol of the market-place. One should direct them towards mutual affection.

A beast gnawing at its prey can be happy too, but only human beings can feel affection for each other, and this is the highest achievement they can aspire to.

It was an interesting route to hit into “Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn“- as if, you can see what you want to see. Looks like I will have to dig his works more.

You only have power over people so long as you don’t take everything away from them.

But when you’ve robbed a man of everything he’s no longer in your power — he’s free again.

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Worthy of Humanity

“Allah does not judge because he is angry, he judges because he loves us. Parents are the same, and this why, no matter what you do, they will always judge you with touch of a feather.”

Just read it on a Quora. It struck me wonderfully- because I tend to judge (which is very rare) only the things that I love. For everything else, my stock thoughts are like determining whether “the thing” is worth of “time” and “actions”- if not, I pass and move on.

For what is worth, when you stop judging stuffs, you’ll notice and understand things more deeply.

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