New post every Monday and Friday.
The important thing is not where you were or where you are but where you want to get. Without knowledge of your destination, you are bound to waste your time, driving aimlessly. Even if you know where you wish to go but don’t plan on how you’ll get there then you’re bound to get lost.… Continue reading Importance of Long Term Goal Setting
I’ve read the works of great writers like Homer, McCarthy, Hemingway, Marukami, Faulker, O’Connor, Joyce and many others, including Nabakov himself, and have wondered what exactly is it that gives me this feeling or the understanding that these words were written by a great writer. Was it the voice or narration used by the author,… Continue reading Vladimir Nabakov On What Makes A Great Writer
We are art, a crimson stroke from a paintbrush, casting, waning, flame-like light of the setting sun, no such thing as silence in nature’s symphony, Dylan’s raspy voice singing about changing times, breeze makes the grass sing, the woodpecker pecks, your heart beats, all together, making nature’s tunes, knotted roots of ancient trees, your grandfather’s… Continue reading Poem: We Are Art
I previously wrote a blog in which I introduced Jocko Willink and one of his core principles of prioritizing and execute, this can be found here. As the title suggests, this blog is concerned with handling stress and who better to take advice from than a former navy seal commander. Stress also needs no introduction.… Continue reading Jocko Willink On Dealing With Stress
As kids, you look forward to the summer, you know it will be filled with play and laughter, recklessly using time with friends, dreaming of all the things you will do, while you’re stuck in classrooms, sugary drinks, first kiss, melting ice creams, first love, cooling by the swimming pools, new sights, new sounds, new… Continue reading Poem: A Summer’s Day