Bagian mana yang ga sombong dari omongan ini..
Ah terserah ibu aja deh~~~
Tadi di gramedia abis belanja buku hehehehehe.
Tapi ini beda, ga belanja buku doang soalnya seneng ketemu temen sd yang udah lama ga kontak. Ya biasa orang baru ketemu lagi pasti nanya kegiatan, kabar, ngalor ngidul, daaaan sampe ke pertanyaan…..
“Ai kamu kuliah dimana ki?”
“Di enhaii, kalo kamu sekarang dimana (kuliahnya)?”
“Ah engga belum… Yaaa gitu deh lagi belajar, taun depan mau ambil psikologi UI.”
Buset. Berarti pas gue taun terakhir, dia masih berjuang dong buat masuk kuliah. hebat. Kalo gue di posisi dia mungkin udah males belajar, males ikut ujian ini itu. Males ngapa-ngapain.
Sedangkan dia masih terus belajar, dan kekeuh sama mimpi dia.
Duh, jadi malu. Gue yg dapet kuliah dengan sekali gol, masih suka ngeluh ini itu, padahal ga semua orang bisa.
Semoga taun depan tembus ya :’)
“Only in quiet waters do things mirror themselves undistorted. Only in a quiet mind is adequate perception of the world.” – Hans Margolius
It’s no secret that we are bombarded everyday with countless messages. In America alone, advertising is a $412 billion/year industry that is constantly telling us what to watch, where to go, and what to purchase. Their messages fill our televisions, radios, computers, newspapers, magazines, and morning commutes. The industry gladly spends this money because they know over time, they will shape our minds, hearts, and spending habits. Add all of the political pundits and experts filling our airwaves telling us how we should think… and it becomes increasingly clear that we are bombarded nearly every moment of our lives with messages that others want us to hear and believe.
All of these messages inevitably begin to shape our lives. Our heart and mind is indeed influenced by the messages that enter through our eyes and ears. And our life is slowly whittled away and re-formed by the loudest voices that get through (it’s no reason they are shouting so loud for our attention).
Whether you are pursuing a “less is more” lifestyle or just trying to find more health and fulfillment in your life, you will find countless benefits from embracing a discipline of solitude.
Solitude provides opportunity to rediscover our lives. By “electing to intentionally withdraw from human relationships for a period of time,” we are able to remove the shaping influence of others and recenter our hearts on our deepest values. We are able to evaluate the assumptions, claims, and messages of our culture. Often times, we realize that these shaping forces have been incorrect all along. And we have lost our lives because of them.
Consider that when we embrace solitude…
While anyone can practice solitude at any given time by just finding a quiet place to sit for an extended period of time, I have found these tips to be particularly helpful in developing a discipline of concentrated solitude:
Give solitude a chance. You’ve got nothing to lose. And your life to gain back.
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