Never eat alone. Do one thing every day that scares you.
You don’t know what you don’t know. Every expert was a beginner once.
Learn one new thing every day. Take time to smell the roses.
Leave while the party is still going.
We’ll cross that bridge when we get there.
Figures of speech. Metaphors. Words to live by. Idioms. Quotes of the day.
Sarah Peck shared 52 lessons she wrote down in the year before turning 28, and I can’t get a few of those out of my head.
I want to try them. I want to learn from them.
What is it about her list of wisdom she shared, in little fortune-cookie-sized bites, that is leaving an impression on me and makes me want to listen? What is it about, literally, fortune cookies and their abstract bit of knowledge that makes every single one us want to find a way to adapt it towards into what’s true for our own life?
What is it about those completely random, fictional fortunes that make us believe that it is revealing a flicker of our future and our fate?
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