Isn’t this quote by Steven Jobs poignant and introspective. It is so parallel to Abrahamn Lincoln’s “At the end of the day, It is not the years in your life that count. it’s the life in your years.” How do we live the life we like to live? How do we follow our heart and intuition? Can we just wake up one day and pack our bags because we realize that instead of blogging for the reasons beknown to us, we should be somewhere else dramatizing the novel Under the Tuscan Sun, immortalizing Beethoven’s piano pieces or as simple as hopping in the Sonoma Valleys to savor the richness and texture of wine.
Are we living a life free of encumbrances that we can quickly deliver ourselves to some place else where our hearts lead us? Most of the time, we are intertwined with moral responsibility that our life we like to live needs to take a back seat. Until you have the wheel all to yourself to steer selfishly to your heart’s content, we can only try to make the most of what life can offer us at the moment.
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