On the last day of our lives, it won’t matter at all whom did we gossip about, what all is wrong in our lives and how unjustly we were treated.
On the last day, very few things will matter:
- Did we learn to let go (not at the level of words, at the level of thoughts)
- How well did we connect with people (and left them better)
- Did we become what we were supposed to become or did we buy into the negative a.k.a. practical thinking that society sells us to do nothing apart from status quo.
If these are going to matter few decades from now, why not work upon accelerating their awesomeness instead of getting caught up in trivia?