What do you want most out of life?
[The Joy List]
I’m happy to share this edition of The Joy List.
Hope you find it insightful.
> 57 Things Other People Want from Life
Spiritual / emotional things people want from life
Have at least one true best friend
Feel relief from social judgment
Reconcile with an enemy
Be remembered in a positive way after death
Know that you made a difference in someone else’s life
Feel important to others
Know yourself and feel centered
Live each day without regret
Quiet self-limiting thoughts
How much are you willing to:
Pay & Tolerate
Change & Fail
Risk & Preserve
Suffer & Sacrifice
“Midlife is not a crisis. Midlife is an unraveling. By definition, you can’t control or manage an unraveling. You can’t cure the midlife unraveling with control any more than the acquisitions, accomplishments, and alpha-parenting of our thirties cured our deep longing for permission to slow down and be imperfect.”
“When your phone grabs your attention, when it makes you feel inadequate, when it pushes you to catch up, to consume and to fret, it's not working for you, is it?”
From Joy, Inc.
> In the reflective cocoon of London - so silent and still that it almost led him down a depression - James shares, with honesty and beauty, the deep desires and dreams and lessons of a life already fully lived, even though he is not yet 25.
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Quote for the day
“Embracing your failures and confronting the pain they cause you and others is the first step to a genuine improvement. It is why confession precedes forgiveness in many societies.” — Ray Dialo