It seems that people who are successful share a common interest in reading. People like Warren Buffett and Elon Musk learned a lot from reading. Yet it seems like college is just a book club. We read, we talk, we test out. On to the next course. Is it really that simple, or is there more to higher education?
I feel like I am wasting my life away doing things that add no value to me as a person. I realize that I have to change my habits before they begin eating away at the life I've built over the years.
A visit from a good friend gets me thinking about buying an instrument. I've always wanted to play one, so I should pursue my desires. Of course, nothing in life is that easy.
Following a meeting with my attorney and my ex, we begin to discuss terms about our custody case. I can't help but feel a little suspicious about my ex's sudden compliance and concern about my wellbeing. Meanwhile, I have to focus on my new role as a single father.
A painful visit to the doctor to check on the progress of my injury.
Looking back to the night of my accident: the moments that led up to it, and the moments afterward.
I realize the importance of giving back. The reality is that no matter how much our lives seem to suck, we are in one of the best places in the world. I am truly blessed to have electricity, running water, food in my home, and the freedom to pursue my wildest dream. It's time to help those in need of the same.