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My perception of time has changed from 20 to 29.
- At 20 I’d only lived 1/20th of my life and didn’t even remember all of it. From 0-11 it’s patchy
- That’s from 12 – 20 then that’s clear. Meaning I remember only 40% of my life
- 1 year at THAT POINT is significant
- At 30 (to round up) I’ve lived 1/30th of my life and remember 18 years of my life
- That’s 60% of my life I remember
- 1 year at THAT POINT isn’t as much time
So what’s the point?
I feel lost at moments every year. It was a much bigger deal at 20 than now at 29. I realised:
- It doesn’t change anything externally – I just worried internally
- This feeling come’s and goes over time
- Feeling ‘lost’ is normal
- As it becomes ‘normal’ you realise that it isn’t ‘lost’ you’re feeling but rather just a sense of occasional drift
- The feeling of being ‘lost’ helps us reorientate
- It’s like open water swim races – and when you ‘look up’ to see the buoy as you make your onward journey and correct your stroke, to keep swimming in the intended direction
- Our intended direction typically doesn’t come in our early 20’s. But keep swimming, keep looking up – you’ll find your buoy soon
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