Enjoying things is a tricky business. You have to teach yourself how and choose what you enjoy – or you will be left with chasing firsts.
We were in the middle of a translation and the word ‘Izland’ came up. As a native Hungarian I knew it meant the country ‘Iceland’ and moved on without a second thought. Continue reading “You only hear the advice you don’t need”
It’s not the wealth gap that makes a “gold digging” marriage objectionable. It is the intention behind it. And this intention is the same for lower net worth couples, and even poor ones: aiming at a better life by means of marriage.
Continue reading “It’s not the “gold” that makes a gold digger. It’s the “digging””
There are three layers to every story you tell: 1) the one you tell the world, 2) the one you don’t tell the world, and 3) the one you don’t even tell yourself. And this is why sometimes others see you better than you can see yourself.
Your inner drive is hard to find because it is not found but actively created. Continue reading “How To Create An Inner Drive – When All You Know Is How To Fulfill Expectations?”
If they remake ‘Labyrinth’ with the same story it will miss everything that’s good about the original – David Bowie – and keep everything that’s bad. (Pretty much everything else.) Continue reading “Please Don’t Remake ‘Labyrinth’”
The best marriage advice you will ever get is also the most dubious.
Continue reading “Gratitude Is Another Word “Stockholm Syndrome””
The ultimate test to the quality of your relationship is how it ends. Continue reading “When Love Is Over – But Must Not Be Over”
You only need to practice these 3 simple mind tricks to ensure that you never live a meaningful life – just one that serves others. Continue reading “How To Waste Your Life In 3 Simple Lies”
The vast majority of people would agree that identity and sense of purpose are hard work so you’d rather drift with prefabricated life roles and it’s as good as the real thing because everyone else is doing it, anyway.
But there is a catch. It will kill you.