The Question

I was just watching a Steve Jobs speech (video) at a university's commencement and he mentioned something from his life that really touched me.

For 33 years Steve Jobs woke up every morning and asked himself:
"If today was the last day of my life, would I want to do what I am about to do today?"

If the answer to that question was 'No' for too many days in a row, he knew he had to change something.

Life is truly quite transient and we should not stutter and lose a moment to do something that we like and enjoy. We should not falter in trying to achieve what we believe in and what our heart wants as we face a situation where not having done something wont matter and having done it will have made the bigger impact.
The world would be a much happier place to live in where we find the answers to things we are searching for much faster than we currently can.



Elucidated Thoughts (Some by me, and quotes by famous people)

A foreigner's guide inside the brain of Donald Trump

Closeness in the time of Cholera