Why stop 'to enjoy'? - Deepstash
Why stop 'to enjoy'?

Why stop 'to enjoy'?

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Enjoying & 'Being on a break' are different.

Enjoyment is a process, breaks are a limiter.



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What would you do if money wasn't a variable in your life?

One of my friends once asked me this question and it got me thinking ask as to what would be the most honest and general response.

My answer at that time was:

  1. Find means through which you can leverage things (trade objects or gain power)
  2. This will inturn put you in a place of higher responsibility but it rewards you with a freedom to choose your time.
  3. This time can be then used to pursue an action or a journey that brings about genuine joy.
  4. The first step is not necessary but in avoiding, we risk total ruin.


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You don't do things so that you can enjoy life,

You enjoy life by doing things.



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Continuing from above

For example, If u like art

You can enjoy drawing with a stick on dirt


You can enjoy painting with a brush made of horse hair on a 1000$ canvas

The difference is the freedom of choice.

Therefore, in my opinion, everyone can enjoy life at anytime and anywhere.

It's just different with levels of freedom to do so that we yearn for so much.


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