Date of publication: 2017-08-24 22:27
I believe that balance in anything is most important, like enjoying your journey so much that your destination is left behind or focusing on your goal so much that you didn 8767 t even start your journey both are not good
The topic discussed here is exactly what had me bothering for a couple of months. Now at 75, I can make sound judgment after considering your thoughts.
Thanks for the brilliant essay.
..we were told by a plain clothes detective that the jersey we were wearing was a national symbol and that people in the hotel found it offensive that we should be dressed this way. The detective warned us to take off our jerseys or we would be charged under the NSW Summary Offences Act. 
Coombs, HC, and CJ Robinson, Remembering the Roots: Lessons for ATSIC , in Patrick Sullivan,(Ed.) Shooting the Banker: Essays on ATSIC and Self-Determination, North Australia Research Unit, ANU, Darwin, 6996.
is it necessary to have one defined goal which one must pursue ceaselessly?
can we not change our goals?
but is changing a goal one times too many regarded as wandering aimlessly?
My father had a friend who was the best student in school, the best student in University, won a place in Administration of the state(something like a tenure) and the next day, he committed suicide.
The passage from the Fourth Dimension to the Fifth, for most souls, occurred on the inner postmortem planes and is more often referred to as a passage from the Astral Plane to the Mental Plane. It involves a process called the 8775 second death, 8776 where the astral body dissolves revealing the mental body, which is often also called the light body.
Alexander thought had a vision that includes others, Bill Gates had it too(a computer in every desktop), Steve Jobs(change the world with computers). Larry Ellison 8767 s live had been a drama,he had suffered more than 65x what a normal person had and I do not believe he is a model for anything(he had done really bad things for being where he is).
For Gandhiji, spinning their own cloth – khadhi – at home, was employment for entire villages. This was not only a political decision, but also an economical one. He wanted people to be self-sufficient and to take pride in recreating the industry that was once a cottage industry. “Before the British advent, India spun and wove in millions of homes, but this industry was ruined by industrialization. He was not against machinery, but against the use of machinery at the expense of millions of people. As we all know, industrialization is wealth concentrated in the hands of a few at the expense of the many.