By | Adil Malia | www.adilmalia.com
Ozan rightly said … some beautiful paths can’t be discovered without getting lost. But the kind of times we will face ahead will expose us to bigger existential questions than finding beautiful paths.
The faster currents will have to be faced, the fractured, fragmented and ruptured path will have to be treaded upon, you will have to learn to cope with hypoxia on higher altitudes.
Calculate yes. But you will have to jump in, take risk and face the new challenges. Or on the sands of such hesitation you will be buried with an epithet that will read …
‘Died of inaction –
Mummified by analytical anxiety’