Potential is not real, it is simply something with trending upside.
Most people complain about the thing that is the easiest to change.
Taking time for yourself will save you time in the long run.
You will be surprised how little you can survive on and what comforts you truly value.
Macro trends always play out, unless there's a huge micro shift that warrants a pivot, these are more than likely foreseeable.
If hindsight is 20/20 then wouldn't foresight be better.
Large projects broken down into small easily achievable steps will show a realistic timeline.
Delays happen, act accordingly.
The best motivator is patience.
Why do we make holidays so complex?
Financial freedom creates a satisfying amount of room to breathe.
The choice between aesthetics and function is both a fine and wide line.
If every rule has an exception, wouldn't you be making the same amount of effort enforcing the rule, than you would by not having it and making each individual decision.
The true cost comes from indecision. By not choosing a direction you will spend time and resources backtracking and sidestepping.
The past and the future do not exist. The past is simply your memory of the present and the future is you trying to predict the present.
Shortcuts are a step away from compromising quality.
Is it what you really want, or are you trying to appeal to an external factor.
Are you trying to help someone or are you making yourself feel better.
Stepping back and removing the pressure can show where the natural flow is leading you.
Over-indulging in comforts can disguise the discomforts that needs to change.
Decentralized responsibility and 'freedom' can only exist if people accept consequences and work together. Government exists because people can't accept differences.
The more freedom, the more diverse the interests will be; the less people will be able to apply labels and skate-by via assumption by proxy.
Everyone either buys or sells time, imagine not having to barter for it.
Balancing the choice between sacrificing the future for today and giving up today for the future.
Externalizing time makes it easier to work with others, internalizing time allows you to work with yourself.
Actions put out into the world can be for pure self expression rather than exhibitionistic.
Only when you turn your back on the light can you see how far the shadow is cast.
"The gods, the forces of order, enlist the aid of humanity to defend light against darkness and life against death; in essence, to maintain duality and individuality against unity and collectivity." — source
Do not fear the chaos, fear those that navigate it.
Expand, distort, retract, rest.
Is true peace valued? Where does it fit in our society?
"If living means bowing down to the likes of you bastards, then I'll die on my feet with my head held high." - Mugen