"What do you want? What are your goals?" people ask me sometimes. I hate those questions and I don't think much about the people who are asking them either. How lazy of them to ask and assume that I will sit down and tell them all about my aspirations, hopes and possibilities. I cannot describe all my goals in one sentence. So, I usually don't. And, I really hate those questions.
I hate those questions even more than a question which people ask so seldom: "What is your life goal?" Sometimes, people rather ponder the small matters and avoid the principal issue. Maybe it is because they, even though with many short-term goals, often lack the one major 'life goal' and are afraid that my 'life goal' will overshadow their petty
And yet, it is such an important question. "What is our life goal? What is the most significant ambition we want to achieve in our lives?"
Nevertheless its importance, my life goal is simple. "I want to die!" That is the most important aim of my life. It makes me happy. More I think about it, more I am certain that I am right. I want to die!
And the greatest advantage of my life goal is that I am certain I will accomplish it. It is inevitable. I am so sure that I will achieve this most important ambition of my existence, that instead of worrying about it and toiling for it as others, I can just relax and enjoy my life and the journey!
Today, it is exactly 2 weeks till my first track day this year. Bye, bye PMS! :goofy: