In the present scenario, everyone is looking for some motivation to fulfill their so-called desires and to justify their actions. But they, as the best souls of this world, are unaware of the fact that motivation can never be achieved rather it can just be created by themselves. For motivating oneself, one can easily serve himself a mixture of his passion and his profession that can just be treated as the best juice of his life. Randomly directing the thoughts and actions of our life while experiencing the original phase of its philosophy can help us in proving the objective of ours towards us and of course the life.
Externally anything can’t be accomplished until the internal fate of a person levels up against the objective set up. Philosophically it can be stated as:-
“It is not about the ship; it is about the sailor who sailed it. Same way, it is never about the body; it is just about the conscience that nailed it”.
So the world cannot stop you from raising your internal voice to make it look like as if everything has been achieved internally.
The art of “Random Directions” is an enthralling composition of such various distinguished philosophies which one can easily compose while randomly walking to the mysterious life, but with the condition that he will not stop if he falls and he will not respond if life makes fun out of him.
Sometimes we often think that huh! What a blunder or problem we have created but trust me we do not have any idea about the creation of our problems. They are just the results of our negative perceptions. We don’t have any hand in creating problems for ourselves. So to change the negative perception into a positive one, start questioning “why not” instead of “why” to yourself.
“Never work for the superiors of your fields, since they are better, they will demand better. So, work for yourself and your audience, as it would let the best out of you entering the world.”
This philosophy is not tough to implement on; rather it is just meant for the toughest people to be implemented upon.
Finally, I would like to finish it off and take an end while remarking my another Random Direction that –
“Life is a sacrifice they said; life is a medley of sacrifices and gains I say.”
By Chirag Gupta
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