Meaningful means doing something that's
(a) important to you and
(b) something you're good at.
—WSJ reports (resource), Eric Barker, Barking Up The Wrong Tree
This is an inspirational guide with 101 short life lessons that will help you live a happier, healthier, and wealthier life and will make your life more enjoyable day-by-day, year-by-year.
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Think of the whole universe of matter and how small your share. Think about the expanse of time and how brief — almost momentary — the part marked for you. Think of the workings of fate and how infinitesimal your role.
— Marcus Aurelius, Meditations, 5.24 —
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Nice people are often not good people and good people are often not nice people
Ernie Zelinsky, 101 Really Important Things You Already Know but keep forgetting
We live in a culture in which a nice person is considered tantamount to being good person. The result is that many nice people are mistaken for fine human beings, when in fact, they haven't earn this distinction due to their serious character defects. On the other hand, many really good people are mistaken for having serious character defects just because they aren't the nicest people around. So what makes a good person?