The key to “succeeding” in the way that I want to succeed is cutting out all that noise

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“Times when I think a mind uncluttered with others is the only condition for gentleness,” Jenny Xie writes in her poem “Solitude Study.” I have experienced that gentleness. I have known that gentleness. I also recall that it came with the sad realization that I had obtained that gentleness by making myself wholly unavailable to others, in such a way that would allow me to completely clear others and their expectations of me from my mind.

https://wordsandtheirways.wordpress.com/2021/08/23/sad-all-over-again

Having this clarity about what I want my own life to look like, means that I’m never down for long

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I can quickly remind myself that those things don’t mean success to me, or happiness for that matter. And I can review my own version of success, and measure myself by how close I am to this.

https://anxious-ambition.com/2021/05/23/whats-your-personalised-definition-of-success

Maybe I am not getting anywhere because I haven’t been knowing myself completely

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I read a lot of books hoping to find the meaning of life, hoping to find myself in there somewhere. I read every book I thought could give me the idea of how to live life, how to be ME. But not a single book could make me understand how to get where I am supposed to be when I have not the tiniest bit of idea where I want to be in life.

https://insideofintrovertmind.art.blog/2021/05/07/time-to-find-me