Month: May 2021

  • The Vast Sea of Ignorance

    When one feels overwhelmed and demotivated by looking at someone else’s knowledge or skills, it is a great strategy to put things in a perspective. This strategy is based on reality of individual limitations and capabilities. The sphere of knowledge in the world is vast. One may say infinite, but that may not be true. […]

  • Book Review – Your Money or Your Life

    “Your Money or Your Life” has such a simple message, that you may end up thinking, “Why didn’t I think of this before?”, yet, behind that simplicity is a profound truth about the role of money in our life. Most of us take the value of money for granted, with that also the message, the […]

  • When was the last time you did something for the first time?

    Staying in the comfort zone is … well, comfortable. You do something that you have done many times before, and you do it better. You are comfortable, you have the confidence, and you do it well. Why would anyone try anything new? You try something new because you have to. When your current strategy, current […]

  • The realities of pleasure and pain that drive the enjoyment of daily life

    In this article Mark Manson ruminates about the joys of ordinary life. Some of the examples he gives impart another lesson – pleasure and pain are relative. An ordinary cup of tea on an ordinary morning would taste like the best thing in the world when you have experienced a debilitating illness previously. On the other hand […]