Quote of the day:
” For many Americans, modern medical advances have made death seem more like an option than an obligation.
We want our loved ones to live as long as possible, but our culture has come to view death as a medical failure rather than life’s natural conclusion.”
— Our unrealistic attitudes about death, through a doctor’s eyes, By Craig Bowron
Informative and illuminating article, I recommend it.
Group One: Those that know how to code
They can manipulate the very structure of the world around them.
Group Two: Those that don’t
Their lives are being designed and directed by those that do.
This title is used to express that you don’t have to focus on, or over-analyze, or obsess other people’s thinking. Don’t care too much whether they like you or not.
You just concentrate on what you really want to do. If you did the right thing, success will come automatically, which is a natural result.
For example, if you want to build up a successful blog, you should not write for audience feedback. Instead you should forget them, just write interesting things or useful things. Remember what Rob Caron said:
“The day I care about keeping my blog readers happy is the day I’ll stop blogging. Who needs the added stress?”