Travelling and a learned patience has taught me most of what I know. What I know better than anything else is that I know nothing. Most things are not as they seem and there are few people in the world who can accurately judge on first appearances alone.
Reading between the lines, avoiding stereotypes, judging whollistically, forgiveness, learning, equality, nature, growth, human behaviour.
So much of what we do is based on two elements: our ego and our fear of death. We nourish our egos and much of what we do is for the benefit of an audience. How we choose our careers, how we dress, how we sit (even when we are on our own and often imagine a person by our side) is often affected by our ego. Our fear of death gives us the impulse to brand routine into our lives in order to try to endow meaning into our existences, knowing that there is no meaning. It also pushes us to extremes, such as base jumping, sky-diving or even a simple rollercoaster or horror movie in order to dumb down our fear of death and laugh in its face.
Convince me I'm wrong and I'll be just as grateful as if you agree with me. Teach me or just simply tell me what you know.
Making quick decisions.