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Today's Natsuyo

Welcome to Today's Natsuyo weblog version!
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These days...
Seems I'm updating this page only whenever I feel like doing so, and that frequency is just getting less and less. Well, I know I should have more sense of composure myself and take it easy always. Haste is waste, I know the meaning of this. Yet feel like I'm always been busy which actually is not. That only depends on my feeling, yeah I admit that. And then what is it?

I've found a really interesting suggestion on a book I read a few days ago. The author of that book is a Japanese doctor, broadcaster, writer and goverment official, has surprisingly many titles himself. Well, that is not that significant here.

What he said remarkable to me was that people should not set out for long ahead future goal because that doesn't easily bring us a sense of fulfillment. Rather than that, we should esteem for each relatively smaller tasks that are given ahead.
By performing all that smaller tasks successfully, we are able to get much more confidence and contentment. Actually, this is a logic that is proven by one of a famous psychologist, and propounded since long before. This logic was convincing to me especially.
Apart from that, he insists the importance of even a minute, similarly the importance of time management, and the also that people can change most aspects only by using our brain. What we think or feel everyday is just dominated by our brain origin substance and that is definitely changeable.

Some say "the greater embraces the less" and I agree that this is true sometimes.
Though, no doubt that isn't always right.
To do what we can do right now is sometimes more important than to strive for what we aim for in long run; The pile of smaller successful experience has more value to our life.

Isn't this story inspiring?
I need to remind this story myself carefully time to time.
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