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Making Peace with Infinity

Making Peace with Infinity

The trick here is not to squeeze in more in the hours of the day (it’s not possible anyway), but to work with “what I want”.

We can’t change the number of hours in the day, nobody can. The only thing we can change is how much time we sleep, and other things we do on a daily basis. So we need to really ask ourselves, are we willing to give up sleep, work, and connecting with people, to consume that much more content to catch up with all this stuff that is put out into the world? Probably not.

So the only thing that we can change is choosing what we want to consume.


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