What do you care about?
Not what do you think you should care about, not what do other people care about, not what do other people think you should care about, what do you care about?
Nobody else can answer that question for you. Nobody else can tell you what’s important.
It’s on you. There’s no easy way round it. We can’t eschew responsibility, we can’t wait for someone to do the work for us.
We have to look for ourselves.
There’s no map. There are only clues. The world gives us hints. We eliminate the unnecessary, we find what doesn’t matter.
And we have to find what does.
Before it’s too late.