Here is your weekly dose of photography. Hope you enjoy, feel free to send any feedback!

196/365 Flooded with gratitude

196/365 Flooded with gratitude

Only after the task is completed do we have the leisure to look back on what has happened, and then we are flooded with gratitude for the excellence of that experience-then, in retrospect, we are happy. From "Finding Flow: The Psychology Of Engagement With Everyday Life" by Mihaly Csikszentmihalyi

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195/365 To live means to experience

195/365 To live means to experience

To live means to experience-through doing, feeling, thinking. Experience takes place in time, so time is the ultimate scarce resource we have. Over the years, the content of experience will determine the quality of life. Therefore one of the most essential decisions any of us can make is about how one's time is allocated or invested. From "Finding Flow: The …

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194/365 Always incomplete

194/365 Always incomplete

There are always tasks left incomplete. The idea that you can ever reach a point where all your obligations are handled is a fantasy. From "Deep Work: Rules for Focused Success in a Distracted World" by Cal Newport

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193/365 Happiness to success

193/365 Happiness to success

Success does not lead to happiness; instead, happiness leads to success. From "Joy on Demand: The Art of Discovering the Happiness Within" by Chade-Meng Tan

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192/365 No photographs allowed

192/365 No photographs allowed

"Sir, you can't take any photos in this area!", she raised her voice alarmingly. I looked at her without realising what was so wrong about taking a photo in an airport were millions of people pass every day. She seemed to feel equally uneasy of having to enforce a rule. I almost had time to apologise as her face changed …

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191/365 Learning to be happy first

191/365 Learning to be happy first

If you want to be successful, I highly recommend learning to be happy first. It is possible to become successful without first learning to be happy, but I strongly recommend against it, because if you are unhappy before you are successful, you are likely to be even more unhappy after. from Joy on Demand: The Art of Discovering the Happiness …

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