In an age when most people are rushing to their next destination, be a person who occasionally looks up at the stars.
In “The Moon and Sixpence” by W. Somerset Maugham, the main character says that he has tried his best to live an ordinary life, which was probably the fate of the majority.
Some people look down at the ground for sixpence, while some people look up to see the moon in the sky.
As for a boring life, some people choose to accept fate and muddle along. But the inwardly rich man has drawn a flower in dull life and painted suffering into a poem.
More important than life is attitude and lifestyle, and the man who loves life, regardless of what fate has sent him, always tries to play it well.
There is no such thing as a truly rich life, but you can still try to take a good afternoon nap. You can’t sit and make footprints under a wave of maple trees, but you can make time for playing chess to enjoy a brief break.
Take life seriously, and you will find that a meal and vegetables, a day and night are perfect, and you won’t be complain anymore. You will only be in awe of life.
Whatever the world does to you, may you be as brave and hopeful as ever.
Author W. Somerset Maugham (picture from Wikipedia)
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