All good thoughts have already been said, we need to discover them and apply to ourselves.
It’s not a secret my literary love for Ernest Hemingway in young years. Later I discovered a lot of great authors but still remember how I was admired by Hemingway. And yet he, despite his depression and misfortune, still used carpe diem – to catch the moments of life and actually live, not just to exist.
In addition, Hem has said a number of sensible things, such as: If you have a problem, solve it. But train yourself not to worry as it has never solved anything.
By the way, when I was young, receptive, and self-shaping, I trained taking an example from Hemingway’s book characters – even in the greatest tragedy, they remained stoic and met life’s trials with a pride. Brave position? No. When you learn to face with a cold face the inevitable fate, life does not become easier just from that. But living is getting simpler and more energy is left to solve problems. Or spend more time in nature.
I wish you a great new week!
What’s your favorite book author?