Living according to your true self means seeing yourself for who you really are and includes approaching yourself, your true emotions and needs, from a loving, caring, nurturing perspective that is consistent with your identity and narratives.
When the mind is not busy dealing with the present, it tends to focus on the future, working on goals and simulating different solutions.
Having an aversion to something in particular and an attraction towards something else is the basis of identification.
There is no bad weather just inappropriate dressing, similarly, there is no bad person just inappropriate choices.
The “protégé effect” We learn better when we teach others rather than study simply for the sake of individual knowledge.
Going short on sleep and wearing it as a badge of honor is like forgetting to save a document that you have worked all day long.
Knowledge is knowing the difference between what’s urgent and what’s important, whereas wisdom is giving priority to what’s important.