Too often get get lost in the smaller details of our world, and we focus too much on our own problems, and we do not look at how large and how amazing things really are around us. We forget the great things we can do, that what we do can be great.
Everything we do matters, everything we do is important.
Anything and anywhere, if looked at close enough is simply magnificent.
It is one of those "a butterfly in South America flutters its wings and it results in a hurricane in Asia" type of things.
I truly believe doing everything you do as well and as consciously as possible matters, it just does, and it is obvious if you look at the results of small actions in your life. Today's world puts tools that used to be only accessible to large companies or countries into the hands of one person. You have more access to more information and to more tools for creation than anyone else if history, more than Leonrdo Da Vinci, more than Socrates, more than Edison, more than Einstein.
It used to be possible to read evey book in the world, there were maybe two hundred. Today, you have tools and knowledge that are simply staggering in power aand scope, and these tools truly are infinte.
What are you going to do with it?
Problems happen, things go wrong, but don't let what happens limit your world. You have the tools to solve any problem in the world.
Make your life a spiderweb of networks of people and options and tools and knowledge. Make sure you use all your tools.
Your potential future is infinite and it is filled with multiples of paths, and you should jump from option to option, choosing your own way among an infinite amount of possiblity, making the world better, one piece at a time.
We need to be people who are raw pure expression, of pure commitment, of pure being.
This week use one tool you have never thought of using. Any. Twitter or a power hammer. They are the same.
“We all are learning, modifying, or destroying ideas all the time. Rapid destruction of your ideas when the time is right is one of the most valuable qualities you can acquire. You must force yourself to consider arguments on the other side.
— Charles T. Munger”
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