This is good perspective on why to follow aspirations.
However, I would add that building working relationships with others, both people and institutions, is also important, and in the case of human to human interactions, it is better to think of people as friends in the sea of humanity, rather than entities to conquer.
“It isn’t the mountains ahead to climb that wear you out; it’s the pebble in your shoe.” – Muhammad Ali
Ever felt like a failure? Worthless? Lonely being redemption, broken beyond repair. A waste of time?
Ever felt that it just doesn’t matter?
Ever felt like you couldn’t do something because it was too difficult? Because you were just not good enough? Or smart enough? Or you didn’t have the resources you needed?
Ever felt hopeless, seemingly destined to spend your life daydreaming about what would never be and what was and could no longer be?
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