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Vol. 1, No. 45 (76 sec read)

No matter how much you learn, you will always be ignorant. That’s good—it means you can keep having fun learning
Vol. 1, No. 45 (76 sec read)

Hey, I’m Sim, and this is my newsletter: Thought-provoking reflections with hand-picked reads and links. Succinct and to the point. Wanna be featured? Send a link.

1. Thought-Provoking Reflections

76 sec read, week-long cogitations.

  • No matter how much you learn, you will always be ignorant. That’s good—it means you can keep having fun learning. tweet now
  • You don't have to do anything special. Simply being fully present next to someone is already a lot. tweet now
  • Judge yourself not against others, but against who you could be. tweet now
  • Imagine doing something not for your own benefit, but for someone else’s. tweet now
  • We all compromise. How much and what for is up to us. tweet now
  • The most insidious censor is the one inside. tweet now
  • From time to time, remember your past goals, so you can appreciate present success. tweet now
  • “What if it doesn’t work?” What if it does? At worst, you learned something. tweet now
  • Find your own joy, and work for others to attain the same. Nothing else is possible. tweet now
  • “You're the smartest thing on Earth!”—said the brain to itself 🤝. tweet now
  • A screen’s mere presence distorts focus and commands your attention. tweet now
  • Avoiding to criticize someone to protect them means you decided they are not strong enough to take it. You are just concerned about the risk of being disliked. tweet now
  • More and more you become your own guide. tweet now
  • Timeless truths can only come from merciless introspection. tweet now
  • Stop optimizing, start making. tweet now
  • Ways to meditate: 1. Sitting to observe your thoughts; 2. Sitting to listen to a stranger 's voice via monthly subscription. tweet now
  • Worrying is fear, rebranded. tweet now

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