Quote by Criss Jami
One may not always know his purpose until his only option is to monopolize in what he truly excels at. He grows weary of hearing the answer 'no' time and time again, so he turns to and cultivates, monopolizes in his one talent which others cannot possibly subdue. Then, beyond the crowds of criticism and rejection, the right people recognize his talent - among them he finds his stage.
This quote emphasizes the idea that sometimes individuals may not immediately understand or discover their true purpose in life. It suggests that when faced with repeated rejection and disappointment, a person may become motivated to focus solely on their unique talent and exceptional skills. By monopolizing their abilities, they can rise above the doubts and negativity around them, ultimately attracting the attention and recognition of the right people who appreciate their talents. In doing so, they find their rightful place or "stage" in life where they can shine and fulfill their purpose.
TopicsSuccess Power Hope Criticism Inspirational Perseverance Rejection Skills Friendships Talents Domination Monopoly
When I was a small boy I often went to the woods to lie on the grass in the shade. Somehow I had come to believe the earth could give me wisdom, but it did not. Yet I learned a little about animals and learned it is not always brave to make a stand. It is often foolish. There is a time for courage and a time for flight.
Being vegan is easy. Are there social pressures that encourage you to continue to eat, wear, and use animal products? Of course there are. But in a patriarchal, racist, homophobic, and ableist society, there are social pressures to participate and engage in sexism, racism, homophobia, and ableism. At some point, you have to decide who you are and what matters morally to you. And once you decide that you regard victimizing vulnerable nonhumans is not morally acceptable, it is easy to go and stay vegan