Though I like writing, learning, and reading, I am becoming more acutely aware that the more time I spend on these hobbies, the less time I have to do active and meaningful actions.
Though the writing allows me to formulate ideas and put my thoughts into words, and though it may even change a few perceptions and inspire people to think differently, it is ultimately an introverted and selfish act.
The commentators, the authors, and the writers, though they have the passion and skill that is able to inspire, without action this inspiration is futile. We can all hope and dream of a better world, but until someone actively works towards that world, a dream is all it will ever remain.
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“A man who views the world the same at fifty as he did at twenty has wasted thirty years of his life”.
This is a quote from Muhammad Ali, and I am a firm believer in it. I think if you go through life without changing then you are nothing but stubborn and ignorant. This change does not happen overnight, all at once, but takes place over many years.
Nobody can be expected to be perfect, but I think everybody should feel obliged to be better. This move towards being better, towards changing, starting to love more than you hate, starting to accept more than you reject, and beginning to open up rather than close off, this is a gradual process.
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