16 hours of sleep every day is perhaps a bit too much,
24 might be better
- It’s a little bit late now." Ernest Hemingway, from The Snows Of Kilimanjaro (via violentwavesofemotion)
Most people subscribe to the all or nothing approach to life - too many people forget that by doing so, there is only room for the people who believe in the “right.” It becomes to be too daunting to be in that sphere - the all, the good and morally just - and they rather associate and prescribe themselves in nothingness. But the point they seem to forget is, “if I don’t do it, then who will?” This may be a world full of people who simply give up, because they see their potential contributions as meaningless, insignificant gestures that possibly could not make a difference, or simply, because they don’t want to, but if our world was populated with only those type of people, then there would not have been any development. No one’s asking you to be a savior - just don’t be completely idle.