Saturday-Pentacle, Week 14 Issue
Post of the week –
My most popular Instagram post recently —
One Tree Hill
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One tree hill! . The magnificence of this point came to us accidently. While doing a round of Matheran on feet. (yes, we did the whole loop of matheran on feet in 2.5-3 hours). It was amazing. . When we were half way done and none of us had slightest idea of where one tree hill was and neither were we actually looking for it. . Call it destiny or the butterfly magic of just doing something and going for it. We saw the board of one tree hill. As we stepped the downhill stairs, in my heart i felt, we were going to see something amazing. . Then there it was, one tree hill it was right in front of us. On the slight right where the two rocks (the one we were standing upon and the one tree hill rock) met. It was a view you cannot forget. Wind was just cutting through us. We couldn't speak for few moments, delighted by the magnificence of nature we stood there. Apart from the wind, everything became still. . . P. S.: Its literally called one tree hill because there is one tree on top of the rock as you can see in the picture. . . #onetreehill #story #life #travel #matheran
Person I’ve been pondering upon —
People Who Have “Too Many Interests” Are More Likely To Be Successful According To Research – Even though many of our cultures say that ‘jack of all and master of none’ is being a generalist. However it’s not perceived to be good. Like chinese people say – “Equipped with knives all over, yet none is sharp,”. But still the most impactful individuals , both contemporary and historical, have been generalists: Elon Musk, Steve Jobs, Richard Feynman, Ben Franklin, Thomas Edison. But i think in modern world, it’s not about jack of all and master of none. It’s almost reaching to the point of virtual master of all. This is an interesting read Michael Simmons. Check it out.
What am I watching —
MOVE – Can’t believe this super short film is from 7 years ago. So much creativity in this world.
P.S.: Your head might hurt after watching it.
Quote I’m pondering on lately –
“Your big opportunity may be right where you are now.”
— Napolean Hill
Until Next Saturday!
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