Being rather introverted, I oftentimes find myself analyzing the scenes around me. I look at the arrangement of people in a space, how they interact, and how they are prodded to social order. I hear snippets of conversations, and gaze at the invisible lines drawn between one person’s eyes and those around her.
I’ve been reading Rich Dad, Poor Dad by Robert Kiyosaki, and one insight of his really stood out to me today: “Yet deep down they know they are avoiding something important. That’s the most common form of laziness: laziness by staying busy.” – Robert Kiyosaki
… until the end of summer.
… but never exactly as we had imagined.
This weekend I was en route to the Brooklyn Mirage with a friend in an Uber when we started chatting about our ideal lives. I realized that, recently, I haven’t been thinking about the end game. I forgot the importance of needing to imagine (lots, and lots of times) that vivid ideal life in order […]