Your time is limited, so don’t waste it living someone else’s life. Don’t be trapped by dogma – which is living with the results of other people’s thinking. Don’t let the noise of others’ opinions drown out your own inner voice. And most important, have the courage to follow your heart and intuition.
– Steve Jobs
Time and tide wait for no one – a proverb all of us have heard from our very childhood. Understand that time is precious and it is worth more than any currency in the world.
Know that your time is limited as mortals. The end is inevitable but it is important to make the best of the time we have in hand.
Experiment and experience different avenues of life. Do not be afraid to venture into the unknown. But after gathering enough experience, try to fix how you want you to want your life to pan out.
Take inspiration from others and discuss with close ones about your thoughts. Finally, make the decision yourself so that you never regret your own decision.
Once you know what you want in life, start working towards it. Not everything will turn out the way you want it to. Your life might also take a different course but be sure to put your own personal touch to it.
Own your life and seize the day. That is probably the most meaningful way to lead one’s life. In this modern age of social media, where you are exposed to the lives of so many people, it is natural that you get influenced.
There are infact influencers who are there to often manipulate your choices. But don’t let these trends affect you so much so that you start living like someone else. Someone you do not identify with.
It is good to be influenced by someone bringing in positive changes in your life. But be vigilant enough to see that you do not get carried away. Stick to your originality and maintain it.
All of us are meant to be different and it is okay if we do not give in to the trends that society throws at us. A meaningful life is one where you work hard to realize your dreams and keep those around you happy.
The way to do it is equally important but it is also vital that we do not lose ourselves in the quest to keeping up with society. Let us make up the society and not let the society make us.