Quotes About Walking All truly great thoughts are conceived while walking. Friedrich Nietzsche Meandering leads to perfection. Lao Tzu Above all, do not lose your desire to walk. Every day I walk myself into a state of well-being and walk away from every illness. I have walked myself into my best thoughts, and I know of no thought so burdensome that one cannot walk away from it. Søren Kierkegaard My father considered a walk
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The chat that transpired took me on a brief trip down memory lane. That conversation stuck with me, as all good ones do. I decided to create this post as a running tab of the thoughts that come up as a result of this question. I’ll update it over time. If I had a time machine, here’s the advice I’d give to my younger self: Don’t seek security, seek randomness. In Mr. Davies’ 12th grade
I got thinking about how I came up with some of my first ideas. For me, it was process of answering questions just like the ones below. If I dug deep enough, I’d still be able to find my early brainstorming notes filed away in Google Drive or scribbled on the inside covers of books. A funny thing happened over time. Once I had gone through the process enough times, my mind was trained
When I walked into my AirBnb for the first time, the birdcage decoration on the coffee table caught my eye straight away. As someone who has spent the past decade working to create a life on my own terms, there was a deeper, more symbolic meaning behind it for me. Despite aspiring to freedom for so long, I realized I had never precisely defined it for myself. I thought about it a lot, I
What is a Polymath? A polymath is someone who has expertise or knowledge that spans a vast number of areas. Polymaths are multi-talented, love learning, and excel in several different fields. You can liken them to a Renaissance man (or woman) in the modern day. Although the term wasn’t used until the 20th century, it’s applied to many of the great thinkers from that period. The term comes from Greek, and means “having learned