Experience for the sake of experience

It all starts with doing

Experience for the sake of experience. Experience for the sake of doing something. I am totally not against this. When you aren’t sure exactly what you should be doing, you simply should just be doing. It’s not entirely relevant what it is you choose to do, the point is that you’re readying your mind for a future of doing things for the sake of doing them. Of experiencing things simply for the experience, rather than the social clout it will give you.

Too much these days we are told or coerced into doing things we really don’t want to do.

There’s no need for this.

Give yourself time to stop and reflect on what it is you feel like doing, and start there. Start with building that experience for the sake of experience.

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