Believe & Become!
If you believe in something, you will sure become that.
When you think you are worth a penny, then you worth even less.
When you think you are worth a billion, then you are worth even more.
Inferior attitude pulls you down, progressive attitude pushes you into the Top.
Choose what you think carefully.
Don’t worry, expecting too-much teaches many things about you, most importantly you will know your real potential, and by the end of your work it raises a bit up for sure.
So stop doubting around, expect too-much of you and work very hard.
quoteBite: “We aim above the mark to hit the mark.” – Ralph Waldo Emerson
This passage is my take away from an inspiring article written by a neurosurgeon who died @ 37. In this article he explains about doing an operation, which applies in many parts of our life.
There are two strategies to cutting the time short, like the tortoise and the hare. The hare moves as fast as possible, hands a blur, instruments clattering, falling to the floor; the skin slips open like a curtain, the skull flap is on the tray before the bone dust settles. But the opening might need to be expanded a centimetre here or there because it’s not optimally placed. The tortoise proceeds deliberately, with no wasted movements, measuring twice, cutting once. No step of the operation needs revisiting; everything proceeds in orderly fashion. If the hare makes too many minor missteps and has to keep adjusting, the tortoise wins. If the tortoise spends too much time planning each step, the hare wins.
This a very inspiring outlook on how to live our life….will for sure improve your perspective of life. I took many lessons from this article. Above takeaway is more related to our day to day operations.
May his soul rest in peace.
How is Shifu ever going to turn me into the Dragon Warrior?
I mean, I’m not like the Five. I’ve got no claws, no wings, no venom. Even Mantis has those…thingies. [No excuses]
Maybe I should just quit and go back to making noodles. [Have no doubt]
Quit, don’t quit. Noodles, don’t noodles.
You are too concerned with what was and what will be.
There’s a saying: Yesterday is history, tomorrow is a mystery, but today is a gift. That is why it is called the present.
This is something which I want am telling to myself these days, and it is bringing a great peace to me and so I want to post it.
If someone can do it, why can’t I? If no one did it, what’s more worth for this life than doing it?