Question of the Day – No. 126

What would you like to do more and why?

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      1. I’m specifically talking about maths on which nowadays I’m working..
        Exploring new things in sense which are new for me..
        Like maths equations..
        Applying those equations or models on our daily life..
        Or any daily life example we experience a lot of things in life and sometimes we really feel great when we come to know about a new thing..
        This is exploration for me.😇

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      1. I have the time. Writing doesn’t have to be an all day event. I used to steal five minutes here and five minutes there when my girls were babies. I always kept a notebook around and jotted down ideas that popped up. I had lost the love for writing. Time is easy to find but when the joy is gone then all the time in the world won’t bring it back. I just need to dust off my old work and get back to it. I want to print it off and see where I’m at because I don’t like being tied down to the computer. Weird but true.

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      1. I made a choice to break contact with my friends and family and move a long way away – I did it for the right reasons and have no regrets; there’s no one from my past who has any place in my future. It’s all about moving forward now – I just need to figure out how to meet the right people. Thanks for taking the time to make me think! ☺️

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      2. I’m so happy that you found the courage to make a touch change for yourself. Removing the inappropriate people from our lives is one of the toughest things we can make. This itself proves that you are a strong person. Congratulations! It is my pleasure to know more about people. It’s kind of a hobby for me to try to figure out how we’re wired.

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  1. No I wouldn’t… get in a hurry and I might miss something!!… 🙂

    “Why should we live with such hurry and waste of life? We are determined to be starved before we are hungry.”
    – Henry David Thoreau

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    1. I believe that doing more of something is not necessarily a hurry. It might be a restructure of our daily routine so we can do more of what’s really important for us. Btw, that’s an awesome quote!

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      1. Sometimes people get in too big a hurry attempting to do more and end up doing less or make errors… 🙂

        “No road is too long for him who advances slowly and does not hurry, and no attainment is beyond his reach who equips himself with patience to achieve it.” Jean de La Bruyere

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  2. Music. It seems to me that when you’re a beginner there are a lot of things you just don’t know. You don’t even know that you don’t know them. But with experience, the list of things you know you don’t know grows. That’s where I am; with a pretty clear picture of a ton of skills that I know I don’t know. Having the time to actually work on them is a challenge.

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  3. Doing more sports to redesign myself. I really get so much impressions and ideas if I workout. If I am exercising I am a better human. All of these extra stuff in my brain 🧠 will just be converted in pure creativity. And I did not draw for a long time. Should propably start again in autumn. It’s on my bucket list. I really love art.

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    1. Oh yeah, I really understand that. In all my 3 years of college and two years of masters I hated the reading just because the teachers forced me to do it. Now, I’m reading daily and in the last two months I’ve read more books than I’ve read in all those 5 years. And the funny thing is that it’s the same topic – psychology and self development.

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  4. Spend more quality time with my kids. We are always super busy, they have Tae Kwon Do practice three days a week, I work and we are all in school, haha. Then, they have every other weekend with Dad, plus church.

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