At the age of 15, I feel that swimming is difficult. I give up swimming. When I am 18, I meet someone you like and ask you to go swimming. You have to say “I won’t.” At the age of 18, I feel that English is difficult. I give up English. At the age of 28, I have a great job but I want to work in English. You have to say “I won’t.” The more troublesome the early life, the more lazy to learn, the more likely you will miss the people and things that make you tempted, and miss the new scenery.
If you meet someone who has more money than you, please don’t kneel down automatically unless he is willing to give him his money. Usually, the rich do not give money to those who are humbled by them, so why bother?
Many outstanding people stopped school early (choose their own choices, or thought about it but didn’t have it), but these people didn’t stop learning. They went to a wider social school and learned from the more powerful people. If you have this kind of courage, you can do the same. But please don’t think that these people have become outstanding because they stopped going to school early. It is like thinking that Napoleon is outstanding because of his short stature.
I am often asked: “What is the meaning of life?” I mostly replied: “Life has a taste, meaning does not matter.” Sorrow and bitterness, are the taste of life, taste, struggle, very interesting. Some people may ask: “If my life has no taste?” If there is no taste, “meaning” should not be able to remedy anything?