loading words...

May 03, 2019 22:51:34

No regrets

by @5plus6 | 210 words | 🐣 | 239💌


Current day streak: 0🐣
Total posts: 239💌
Total words: 56973 (227 pages 📄)

I don't know what to write again and why not losing this streak? 

Quiting meaningless things is easy to feel guiltless. "What you are asked to do is a waste of time," I like to tell myself,"so better to do nothing other than do meaningless things." Even I can't find better replacement, quiting is the only thing I could do. Then I would wait for a saver, a saver carry the best solution for the current situation and future problems.

Most of the time, I win because my waiting brings more possibilies happen and I would see more directions to try on the new roads. However, when I think it's a great solution to procrastination. I am wrong.There is no solutions but a temporary execution that place hope on unreliable inspiration as motivation. Suffering while enjoying.

Does meaningless things matter? They are boring routines only guaranteed by responsibilities and threaten of punishments. None cares about its cost and future benefits. I hate it. Not until two years ago have I realsized that all my time were spent on such terrible kind of things. My strong sense of responsibility has driven me on these exhausting tasks for meet requirements before deadline. 

Now I quit with no regrets at all. 

  • 1

    @5plus6 If you don't want to improve your writing and you feel this exercise provides you no value, then you are better off focusing your efforts on something you find meaningful. If this is it, then I say fare thee well and wish you the best.

    Brandon Wilson avatar Brandon Wilson | May 03, 2019 07:56:50
    • 1

      @brandonwilson since today I have killed my cow, I could reply you that I didn't mean quiting 200 WaD on this post but my time wasted way of academic research as well as my comfort zone to be a student without creativity just killing time for graduation.

      5plus6 avatar 5plus6 | May 31, 2019 01:02:25
contact: email - twitter / Terms / Privacy