“A joyful life is an individual creation that cannot be copied from a recipe.”
~ Mihaly Csikszentmihalyi
We have finally arrived at the last chapter of this book. The truth is, I can’t say much about what it means to live a bright life. I hate to admit it, but my life is far from what I imagine to be a paragon of a beautiful journey on earth. It is very much a work in progress.
“Go places and learn,” — that’s what I kept telling myself and so far, it has been my one and only unalterable formula to add spice to my life. I am like a rolling stone that is less concerned with his destination than with the prospect of being covered with moss. As the old song says: “I don’t know where I am going, but I am on my way”. And so, should you.
Nobody can tell you what it means to live a bright life — that’s for you to define. One thing is certain: in the art of living, you are the painter, you are the paints, and you are the canvas. But although I can’t tell you what it means to live a bright life, I want to share my thoughts on what I believe a meaningful life is. Stay with me for one final stretch.
Thank you for reading my book “Meditations of the Millennial”.
If you want to support me on my mission, please, share this book with someone you love. Maybe they will find what they seek on its pages.