Books teach us a lot about ourselves and about the world, about life and about love. From the ephemeral, to the ethereal, to the surreal, books talk about all and yet talk about nothing. The one thing that very few people gain from books is the feelings or emotions behind each word, each character, and each punctuation mark. That is where the true knowledge resides.
One of our most important attributes throughout our professional lives, our core competencies or skills are perhaps the very building blocks of our careers and life in general, yet we rarely pay attention to it. Wondering what I mean by ‘our’ core competencies?
‘Your intuition is your heart, earth, air, water, fire, concurrently, the universe speaking to you; telling you what ought to be and what you should be wary of.’
Ever have one of those when you just want to leave everything and just fade away? When you just want to get up and disappear? I know I’ve had my share of such moments. Ever wonder why we feel like this and why we become reclusive?
One of the core responsibilities of writers worldwide is to inspire people with their words. Whatever you write about, it should have some message, some meaning.
I was surfing the internet a few days ago and came across a website with a very peculiar test called the Life Motifs Test.
It consisted of some simple questions hovering around what I’m like and my preferences; what I would do in certain scenarios and situations and what I like doing.
Here’s how I fared.