When I think of the concept of “progress,” I admittedly have a difficult time trying to empirically break down my own perceived “success” on the topic. We can always start from the beginning, I guess. How do we define “progress?” And I suppose the companion question to this is, what happens, then, if the individual in quest of “progress” is overly ambitious? How does one know how to prioritize the goals one wishes to achieve?
Number 5 of my list of things I’ve learned since moving to Koreatown reads:
You were never really lonely. You just weren’t present.
Consider this as a companion piece to that bulleted item.