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We have vast untapped potential within us beyond who we currently are.
Consciously deciding who you want to become in your ideal form and then aiming single-mindedly at that gives life meaning and forward momentum.
Trade complacency and routine for a voluntary transformation through rediscovering exploring your latent talents and rebirth.
The quintessential source of positive emotion is taking responsibility - defining goals and projects, then making progress.
Turn and confront the difficulties of the future rather than hiding; reduce suffering.
Stand up straight with your shoulders back and enjoy the journey.
Where responsibility is abdicated, there is opportunity.
If you feel contempt and inauthenticity doing something merely to maintain superficial order and expectations, pause and seriously reconsider.
Beware of resentful us-versus-them ideologies that distort truth. Maintain humility about your own flaws.
The enemy is often biases within our own minds.
Set your own house in perfect order before self-righteously criticizing others as the problem. Change begins from within.
Aiming intensely at a precise goal or vision fuels you with meaning and drive. If you aim at nothing, you'll be plagued by distractions and drift through life.
Decide what you want, plan, and work diligently. Imperfect action beats perfect indecision. Value conscious effort.
Art expands vision, cultivates the soul, and connects us to the transcendent. Making something beautiful is intrinsically meaningful, not just a means to an end.
Don't become so task-driven that you lose touch with beauty and degrade into soulless cynicism. What we aim at determines what we perceive.
Suffering is inevitable in our imperfect world. But you can choose to be grateful anyway. Courageously give thanks even in the midst of life's catastrophes; do not become bitter.
Suffering is in the mind. Find meaning through responsibility despite adversity.
If you don't say what you think then you kill your unborn self.
When you have something to say, silence is a lie.
In Beyond Order, Jordan Peterson provides philosophical insights on taking responsibility to find meaning, confront suffering, and live an ethical life. He offers principles to counter chaos and develop character.
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