Notice that opportunity lurks where responsibility has been abdicated – Book Recap (Chapter 4)

A recap written by Lee Sonogan

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The electroencephalogram represents a continuous curve with continuous oscillations in which… one can distinguish larger first order waves with an average duration of 90 milliseconds and smaller second order waves of an average duration of 35 milliseconds. – Hans Berger

When you see something abdicate do you give up on fate or do you take the change in useful things that no one else is doing? What is our failure to fulfil our desire of repressing pasts to sacrifice something today? In the present where sometimes we do not do our jobs properly, he asks ‘what would happen If I took the responsibility instead?’. What can you do in spite of the boulders being pushed in front and behind you?

To make yourself invaluable to the weight we must hold is the adoption of more meaning. When people look back on their lives they think well I did that and it was not easy but worth it. For the sake of our experiences and self-accepted challenges, the difficulty is a necessary component of being itself. Where else are you going to aim at to improve what you consider sacred at the public level?

There is a type of generalised curve first associated with human discovery of which the future requires work. If you only live in the short term and not for the long, you’re no better than other animals who can’t comprehend the concept of time. Beyond the biological seven deadly sins when these are already satisfied, you are not a zebra thinking about a hungry lion in the background..

To somewhat speak for itself can go a long way at the individual level. The content of character in your history is works of imaginative art yet conflated with the artificial. At each longitude and transverse integrated under oscillation is the motivation that gets you out of bed. And a Sumerian act that it’s not about you with the effort in external the most rewarding.

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