Many people find life hard. Some find its meaning difficult to grasp, while others are challenged by illness or financial bounds. Children find their lack of choice and freedom difficult, while parents tend to be physically and mentally drained from their strenuous and busy lifestyle. Despite the different viewpoints about life you’ll find across society, there are many ways to make it easier and simpler – everyday. Below are the secrets to enjoying each and every day on this earth.
This is the last post of the 3×3 challenge that Cloudio and I put together to experiment with writing, always selecting random subjects and inventing strange rules.
It has been so much fun that Cloudio decided to set as a rule to condensate the last 3 articles in a single one, but of 333×3=999 words instead of the standard (for me, not for him apparently) 333 words format.
“Death is very likely the single best invention of Life” said Steve Jobs during the Stanford speech, one of the most beautiful talks about life I heard, and one I particularly like to listen every now and then.
Isn’t this a question everyone should ask himself?
’cause when you have a roof, shelter and safety,
you can relax and enjoy your pelf
but then you’ll get bored, and you’ll want variety
and think inside you, “is it time for a quest?”
“Geg, did you ever walk barefoot on the snow?”
“I did it once and was cool, let’s do it?”
There we were, an Austrian and an Italian taking shoes and socks out, in a warm end-of -April day walking in the few snow left by the winter.