Monthly Archives: June 2013

The goals we set for our life influences us more than whether we have achieved them or not.

When we don’t achieve our goals then we might start to blame ourselves (or sometimes others) for the goals we ourselves set.
“The greater danger for most of us is not that our aim is too high and we miss it, but that it is too low and we hit it.”
– Michelangelo Buonarroti, Renaissance artist
Now even if we achieve them we might not even find the Goal which we set for ourselves fulfilling and even if we find them fulfilling in someway then we still need to move to another Goal, because them we might feel the urge to set new Goals.
So what now should we don’t have goals???
Well in my opinion we need to have “a Direction” and some incentive to keep moving in that direction but still be able to change the direction whenever we want to.
this does not mean that now incentives should be the new Goals.
Incentives are less difficult to achieve than Goals while we incentives would be always be set by ourselves.
But still we need to realize that there is no Ultimate Goal or Ultimate Incentive. And Ends don’t justify the Means so the means are at-least as important than ends.
Life is like HTTP request-response protocol. Its stateless. Each request-response is compelete in it self. Its stateless does not need to know previous or next request-response. It provide you meaning in its indiviuality and also when connected with other request-response.


Infinite no. Of possibilities means we always have more options than we can think of. So, its not approachable whatever we do so how can we find the best option if we don’t know all the options available. But may be if we don’t care about finding the best option and pick one assuming its best we can always move forward and we won’t have to remain stuck in one place.