Some weekend Life Wisdoms

  1. To acknowledge that your failures, incompletenesses, and sorrows are just as much a part of your life—your life, your own—as anything else.
  2. Don’t judge each day by the harvest you reap but by the seeds that you plant. – Robert Louis Stevenson
  3. Things that happens on Social media is NOT of any importance. The social media detox can actually get you one step closer to happiness.
  4. Be present and in the moment everyday.
  5. Appreciate the simplest and smallest things in life.
  6. Smile often and smile a lot.
  7. “The most important thing to do if you find yourself in a hole is to stop digging.” – Warren Buffet. When things aren’t working, change course and try something different.
  8. “Besides the noble art of getting things done, there is the noble art of leaving things undone. The wisdom of life consists in the elimination of non-essentials.” – Lin Yutang
  9. Self reflection, on a daily basis, gives you the clarity and wisdom to lead a more fulfilling and enriching life.
  10. “It is not that we have a short time to live, but that we waste a lot of it.”The way we breathe is directly related to the way we navigate our waking hours. Life exists in breath. We should get acquainted with it.
  11. Charlie Munger’s wisdom on living a happy life: “It is very simple…first rule of a happy life is having low expectations.”
  12. “To know and yet (think) we do not know is the highest (attainment); not to know (and yet think) we do know is a disease.” – Tao Te Ching 
  13. Build friendships with older, successful people. Wisdom, experience, and maturity benefits are incalculable. 
  14. “It is not that we have a short time to live, but that we waste a lot of it.”- Seneca
  15. Productivity increases if you’re waking up early. Going to sleep early is beneficial to your health. Combining these two simple, yet powerful healthy habits, and it will be a life changing outcome
  16. Adopt the right habits and success and happiness will follow.
  17. Having older friends is great because they have more life wisdom.
  18. “Love tells me I’m everything. Wisdom tells me I’m nothing. And between these two banks flows the river of my life.” —Nisargardatta
  19. Lost money can be found; lost time is lost forever
  20. Learning to learn, and changing yourself is a superpower 
  21. You are not your job
  22. True wisdom is applying what you know, in your own life, instead of telling people what they should do, based on what you know.
  23. Wisdom acquisition is a moral duty. …it means that you are hooked for lifetime learning. And without lifetime learning, you people are not going to do very well. You are not going to get very far in life based on what you already know.  – Charlie Munger
  24. People will envy you for many things in life — wealth, looks, intelligence, success — but rarely for your wisdom.