Yesterday I had a conversation with a colleague of mine, who happens to be the video editor.
Of the kind and cute fellow he is, one line stayed with me:
“The only thing I don’t like is bad quality videos.”
Wow!!! That is an artist.
He is willing to learn.
Super happy to have 1000 feedbacks.
Rather DMs me often to share feedbacks.
And, LOVESSSSS his work – and that is visible from his art.
It is such an absolute pleasure to go through his videos.
Life is great when you are surrounded by artists.
Life is wonderful when you choose to be an artist.
Life gets gratefully incredible when you love your art. There is no one who can take it away from you. Unlike people who come and go, the art is a part of our existence.
In the process of making that art come alive, we come alive.
Isn’t that incredible?
Anyone can “get it done” by working late nights, being on phone 24*7 and “hustling” too hard.
The real hard work is sleeping on time, knowing when to disconnect from the devices (yes the devices that make you money), and not push too hard and let your boredom make things happen.
The smart ones choose Option 2.
The ones who want to look “smart” keep writing on Internet about it – because, busy!
What’s the point of living life if you don’t even know where your day passes or your body has become what even a senior citizen’s body isn’t or in this endless consumption, you didn’t even remember a line of what you consumed.
Slow down is the new fasttrack.
It’s okay to have someone have different skill set.
It’s totally okay to have someone think differently.
However to have someone around you with different values is a stab on your own values.
Not going to help anyone, maybe going to rob you of your creativity, productivity and ultimately happiness.
Today as I entered my room, I wondered if I was really happy.
In the process of earning money, in the process of figuring out life, in the process of understanding how things work, make sure happiness is your real currency.
If you are’t happy, you aren’t happy.
It’s that simple.
If you want to know how I chased my happiness from the place of insecurity, you may want to check out this video. It’s the most vulnerable I’ve ever been.