Tuesday, May 8, 2012

What could you do with your life?

I have many notes scattered in notebooks, book's white pages, slips of paper and even in folders in the internet. Certainly the notes need organization or heirarchical terraces.

One of the notes I just found without any source:

"Imagine what you could do with your life if you truly believed that you already have everything you need."

Maybe you have a vision-a simple idea on how to improve yourself. 
You and I have time to think. But we have to begin. In some places there are worn out path.
Is it better to start your own trail? Robert Frost mentioned one way.

I have added 2 new non-fiction books to read: Our Life in Gardens by Joe Eck and Wayne Winterrowd and the other-Images, My Life in Film by Ingmar Bergman. I want to stretch my imagination since the books do not seem not to have any similarity.


About Last Weekend said...

I think I should start with the small improvements like drinking more water and being more patient with my kids...

edgar said...

About last weekend-like most beginniings start small, yes.