To my left is my son's guitar.
• It reminds me of what's important in life. The beautiful and enjoyable things -- art, music, etc. -- ultimately bring more happiness than careers and so on.
• It has 6 strings. That's not too many, but not too few, either.
This makes me think -- We shouldn't try to control TOO many things in our lives. If we try to micromanage every single little thing, that would be like trying to play a guitar with 1000 strings; it would just be overwhelming, and it would sound like crap.
But, we also need to find ENOUGH things to make our lives meaningful. If a guitar only had 1 string, it would be terribly boring and unfulfilling to play, and it wouldn't make beautiful music. Similarly, if we don't find our "niche" in enough areas of life, we won't feel fulfilled personally.
• It's electric, but it can be acoustic, too.
I like tech stuff, but I also like to "unplug" and enjoy life's simple pleasures from time to time.
• The strings only make music when they're under tension.
This might be my favorite analogy. I am NOT a "peace and quiet" type of person. I absolutely thrive under conditions of relative chaos, stress, and "crisis management".
Stupid but fun exercise. What's the object to your left? Can you use it to make an analogy about life?
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1.) We add all these artificial thing's to our life because we can't accept the truth as it is of whatever or whomever. Too strong so we weaken it and by doing so we only weaken ourselves. We cover things up to make ourselves feel better/life taste better lol
2.) We all need help, but we cover our source's/opportunities in our own bull💩. Lol so fragile yet we are still rough with the handling. Something so useless or delicate looking can serve so many wonderful purposes😂 look's are deceiving.
I don't know if I did what you asked right, but YOLO lol😜1
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