I clearly remember that day, fishing with my father.
I was ruminating on that idea since long. I was still a kid.
At some point, the question was clear: “What should I do now? What exactly should I do now?”
I’ve always been a philosopher. And I wanted to be a writer.
I became an engineer, and I’ve probably always been that first.
At 48, I had to reinvent my life.
I’ve things in mind, and I’m still an engineer, but all that matters will be around that first question.
Seeing what matters, and being prepared for it, may require to see through some artifacts.
While our inner voice is useful in some cases, its persistent presence also brings many disadvantages and can be overcome.
The art of not being dragged by your struggle.