There's used to a time in my life where i wish i could do things differently. But as simple as it said, don't we all do?
But everytime, i realize it won't make any different. I wouldn't learn anything and the wisdom of time simply...wasn't there. Could end up even worst, i guess.
Right now the new is you, but someday not too long from now, you will gradually become the old and be cleared away. - Steve Jobs
Anyway, as i went out to celebrate the day of turning 27 (kind of), i learned few things that day alone that i am sure gonna lead me throughout the life. As start, i just realized i have wayyyyy less friends than before, but in return my family's gradually expanding and i can see the wisdom of less is more applied in everything. I have a lot less people now but way more happier with them because no shit included. It is true, it might not be the best thing to let go people from your life, but it's the right thing and you'll see the result later.
Over these years, i came to learn how much motivation matters. It separates between job and career. That's what been keeping me to get up in the morning and try to do some work eventhough in the end there's nothing much on the table. As for the opposite when you get up in the morning and going to work because if you don't, you won't have money to pay up the bills. Its really good to be on the front line of technological advancements. But once you start to view everything in life technically and your conclusion's arrived in specifications, i wonder what's left for spirituality to take over. Technology exist to make our life better, not as mandatory parts of living.
"How many times must a man look up / before he can really see the sky?" - Bob Dylan
Don't let life randomly kick you into the adult you don't want to become.