When we look across the world, we see a scenario that I don’t think we ever really thought we’d see. The world is shutting its doors to keep out an enemy it cannot see, smell or hear. Now, some of us have waited our whole lives for state sanctioned introversion. One of my favourite booksContinue reading “Looking For The Helpers”
My productivity clock is weird. I can’t do anything of great magnitude in the morning. In the mornings I can’t write good essays, I find it hard to read and interpret big data-sets or new complex ideas and theories, I can’t really code websites, I find it hard to hold a proper conversation for atContinue reading “Work Hard & Be Kind”
“the only trick of friendship, I think, is to find people who are better than you are—not smarter, not cooler, but kinder, and more generous, and more forgiving—and then to appreciate them for what they can teach you, and to try to listen to them when they tell you something about yourself, no matter howContinue reading “This is a wonderful way to think about friendship”
Because using an MacBook Pro literally made my life 100 x times easier. This is for you, Steve Jobs. A fantastic quote that makes you think, and helps you to keep going down your chosen path. “Your time is limited, so don’t waste it living someone else’s life. Don’t be trapped by dogma — whichContinue reading “Everything Else Is Secondary”
At the gate he topped me and asked, “Where is the master going?’ “I don’t know ,” i SAID, “Just out of here, just out of here. Out of here, nothing else, it’s the only way I can reach my goal” “So you know your goal?” he asked. “Yes,” I replied, ” I’ve just toldContinue reading “Quote of the new year”
What is that feeling when you’re driving away from people and they recede on the plain till you see their specks dispersing?- it’s the too-huge world vaulting us, and it’s good-by. But we lean forward to the next crazy venture beneath the skies
I need to remind myself from time to time that the essence is that we need to calm down, clear our minds of the excess baggage that we’re trained to worry about, and remember what is important.