Reflection #14

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As I look back, the first 14 days of 2022 have been quite challenging.

I managed to get up at 6:30 only 1 out of 14 days, but I made a lot of progress with other goals.

I found it hard to collaborate with people because people (including me) are messy.

I filled my days with whatever came my way to avoid the meaninglessness of life.

And yesterday, a movie (Tirana Year Zero) took me back to where I was trying to escape from.

A place of emptiness.

I don’t know what I am doing, but I hope most of what I do changes the world.

Because those who believe they can change the world, they are the ones who change it.

I am constantly reminded that change doesn’t have to be big, so I try to bring change at any level.

In the end, all we can control is our mind and the thoughts we have in it.

I haven’t been happy any of these days, but maybe I can start to be happy by directing my mind to better thoughts.


How can I make the next 60 seconds as perfect and as present as possible?




Student and Developer in Tirana, Albania

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Redjon Zaci

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Student and Developer in Tirana, Albania

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