Know People

546 It's incredibly valuable to know people. Have connections. Not just friends, but people you know. Whatever that might actually mean to you. And I don't mean that in a selfish way; sure, people can help you, but you also can help them. The relationship can be reciprocal, nay, it…

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Don't Plan

545 I think that "planning" is extremely boring. And mostly useless. While I have spent a lot of time diving deep into various productivity techniques, time-management systems, and tens of different frameworks, I still don't think they're necessary. Planning takes a lot of time. A lot of energy. And, most…

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Social Cooling

544 Something very bad is happening to our society right now: we're cooling down. "Social cooling" is a new term used to describe the effects mass connectivity, mostly through the Internet, has on people. Not just social media - but even governmental initiatives, like social credit systems. We're becoming "colder"…

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Common Resonance

543 We're not just separate beings; we exist connected, whole. While we all operate on different wavelengths, and every single one of us is fundamentally different, there are still many things that can hit us all. Many of our values that we take for granted; liberty, respect, equality, expression, are…

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Delicate Fabric

542 No matter how much we debate, how much we argue, how much we differ, we have to remember one thing: We can't loose our humanity. Everybody has probably a different definition of this term; yet, most of us have at least a tiny notion of what that could mean.…

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Your People

541 An important reminder; mostly for me, but hopefully for others too. Treat your people well. You don't have to know who are your people exactly. Heck, it might even be the whole world. It might be just one person. But it's incredibly important to find them, build relations with…

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Let It Play

540 Music is a lovely art form. Quite a lot of people listen to music. It's everywhere, and it's not easy to completely avoid it. Yet, I feel like most people treat it as entertainment, not expression. It's not wrong, of course. But, getting deeper into music may help you…

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The Void

539 Constant doing doesn't give space for reflection. For consideration. You just go from place to place, from task to task, from person to person. Once you stop, you feel like something is missing. Something was taken away from you. You gave it away. The Void is scary to look…

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No Hurdles

538 We've been growing so fast these past few hundred years. The standard of living in the "developed" (ugh) world is so incredibly high now. We've got everything. Like, absolutely everything needed for our survival and further growth and exploration. The boomers in the US, and the GenXers here in…

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On Diversity

537 Kamala Harris was elected as the 46th Vice President of the United States, alongside Joe Biden. She will be the first woman, the first Black person, and the first person of Indian descent to hold that office. This means a lot, not just for the U.S., but for…

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