I think there is something really cool about being able to look back on the past year and reflect over all of your experiences, memories, learnings, failures, etc.
I think society, broadly speaking, rejects obvious questions.
My friend told me the other day that I will never be able to change the world.
The question of whether or not it is better to "be kind or to be right" comes up time and time again.
As we wind down the new year, I am looking forward to a few things that are just on the Horizon - perhaps most notably is my upcoming travels that I have planned.
I think a ton about time. My time. Other people's time. How I spend my time. How I invest my time. What I spend my time on. There are endless questions to answer here.
I think that 2018 will be the year that the "Avatar" takes the mainstream public.
Over the past few months, I have spent a great deal of time paying attention to my habits, instincts and inclinations. Understanding my nuanced preferences for how I best spend my time has been very interesting.
I think life is often about sacrifices - making choices that have tradeoffs and opportunity costs. As you become more in tune with your inner self, and begin believing in a story that guides your decision making, you also become more aware of the "costs" of your choices.
So often, we invest tons of time and energy into something and then, seemingly instantaneously, it is all over.