“What should I do with my life?”

That’s an impossibly complicated, unknowable question. Some better questions:

“What’s bringing me joy, today?”

“What’s bringing me apathy, today?”

“How can I do more of the former and less of the later?”

You don’t need any answers–simply ask the questions.

I suspect that towards the end of your life you’ll look back on a pattern that emerged out of these questions, and what you should have done with your life is exactly what you did.

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