I think it is these things that you look forward to, your rewards (however you define rewards)which makes life meaningful. It gives us a purpose, a sense of direction, a reason to exist. You eagerly wait. Since you know there is, for certainty, a reward at the end of your daily 'struggle', the struggle becomes lighter to bear.
I also think it is important to reward yourself for a job you have done well, and to create anticipation for yourself.
If I am in a philosophical mood, it is because I'm reading a dense non-fiction book. I find the author tiresome but there are a few takeaways. The one thing I cannot stand is pretentious writing, and the other is pontification. This book has both. I now wish I had chosen another book to read as my first book of 2020. But now that I am halfway through it, I shall struggle and finish it :)
If you liked this post, I'd highly recommend the book Man's search for meaning by Viktor Frankl.
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Nice post Mam. Thank you.ReplyDelete
And thank you for the book recommendation Mam.ReplyDelete
Is this your first book of this year mam? Because i listened to this book as my first audiobook for this year..ReplyDelete
Very nice post, Preeti! I love anticipating for things to happen. The excitement that I will have till that particular moment is an amazing feeling. I started reading a book on my Kindle. Due to a hectic schedule, I have stopped halfway in the book. Plan on reading a lot of books this year. Have saved the book list you posted on one of your blog posts. Take care!ReplyDelete