The idea that there are many people who have it harder than you is pretty bad. I'll tell you the end result of being paralyzed in thinking by corporate livestock.

Sometimes when I look back at a list of things I want to do when I've forgotten about it, I'm impressed.

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I don't really like lists of things I want to do.

It seems like a task, and if I don't complete it, I'll fall into self-doubt and say, "What the heck, I'm not doing it at all. If I don't complete it, I'm going to fall into self-denial, thinking, "What the heck, I'm not doing it at all! The ultimate in too-low self-esteem!)

But one day, I lost my mind and wrote about it.

I didn't write a list of 100 things I wanted to do. I just wrote down what I wanted to do in a notebook like a scribble and left it alone for a long time.

I forgot that I wrote it.

Then I happened to find the notebook when I was cleaning and turned the page to see what it said.

The content is not so important, for example, "I want to study XX" or "I want to study XX" or "I want to do this and that in my daily life.

I think it was two or three years after I wrote it that I found that note.

And, to my surprise, I have now accomplished some of the things I wrote at that time.

Of course, there are many things that we have not accomplished, but we are happy that we have accomplished them.

The point is not the joy of having accomplished what you wanted to do, but the point is that you forgot what you wrote.

He said that the fact that he had accomplished it right after he wrote it means that he didn't act because he wanted to accomplish what he wrote, but that he was doing it regardless of whether he wrote it in his notebook or not, because it was something he really wanted to do.

Because, to be honest, I think a list of things you want to do contains a little bit of content that you force yourself to write "I might want to do this.

It is a pattern that even if you think in your head that it is something you want to do, it is actually just a kind of longing, and whether or not you actually want to do it from the bottom of your heart is a mystery, but you write about it.

It could be that we do such things not because we want to do them, but because we write them down on a list of things we want to do.

But if you write a list, then forget about it, and then a few years later you accomplish it, you are reminded that "Oh, this was something I really wanted to do...".

To be honest, even as such a big adult, I don't have a clear idea of what I want to do.

To a certain extent, I've narrowed it down to "________?" I've narrowed it down to a certain degree. (I'm not sure.) (I'm not sure.)When I was into spi.was always asking a lot of questions.)

So, I was just happy to recognize that I had accomplished what I had written on my list of things I really wanted to do, and I was happy to recognize it.

I thought it might be an interesting discovery to use it in that way.

I think this is a story that goes back to the subconscious mind.

The point is, forget what you wrote.

If it's something you really want to do, whether it's on the list or not, you'll definitely do it, even if you've forgotten about it. !!!! I mean, you know.

Oh, a suggestion that is quite a departure from the concept of a list of things I want to do.

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