Looking back, we can identify the changes in our life. How learning a new subject or visiting a new locale or meeting a new person can flip our world into a radically different reality.
But today, when we think about the future, we do so without envisioning any alternative ways our life may evolve.
It may be wise to start being the curator of your life. To understand that what is important today may appear ridiculous to you a few years into the future.
A new set of problems and questions are right around the corner and they’ll need your input, your answers . . .
maybe from a rocking chair.