It’s been a while since I’ve taken the pen to paper, or the keyboard to the screen, and it feels great to be back. This last year has been a very important time in my life for me and my growth. Although every day I couldn’t wait for the moment I would sit down in front of my laptop and open up to this beautiful community once more. Without further ado, the quote…..
“An insignificant year can pass by instantly, while a crucial minute lasts forever…”
It could have been a day, a week, maybe even a month or a year, but we all have had those moments in our lives that changed the course of our destiny. Maybe it was that dull moment you were waiting in line for groceries and you saw those kids help that elderly man in aisle 5. That made you think about how lucky you are to still have your strength. We can gain inspiration through seemingly random instances, this is one of the most amazing things about our minds. There is an innate ability we possess since the day we are born to absorb information from almost anything; it is like constant updates on your phone but we don’t take 5 hours to download.
The question obviously is… how do we use this incredible skill for the good of my personal life and the world as a whole?
Well, I’m glad you asked because here at Way of the Wise we have all the answers!
Ok maybe we don’t have all the answers, but I will definitely try to lay out a format that we all could use to reach our true potential. When one wants to wield his weapon in the most efficient way possible one usually will do two things.
1: Use it as much as possible. (practice)
2: Ask people more knowledgeable than oneself. (study)
As you put these lessons into action you will become the master not just of yourself but of your weapon as well. The same is true for this natural learning technique, the more it’s used the more you will learn and gain knowledge from people who mastered it. This will help you become the master of your learning.
See Ya Soon
Well, that’s my shpiel, I hope you enjoyed and once again if you have ANY compliments or criticisms please leave them below in the comments. Have a great day/night.
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Glad you’re back. Amazing quote.