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Have the courage to follow your heart and intuition



Steve Jobs, an exemplar of ingenuity and resilience, once shared a nugget of profound wisdom during a commencement speech at Stanford University. He said, "And most important, have the courage to follow your heart and intuition. They somehow already know what you truly want to become. Everything else is secondary." The essence of these words is not merely about the courage of conviction, but the courage to embrace the unpredictability that follows when we let our heart lead the way.


Jobs' life was anything but a straight line. It was a series of dots that at first seemed disjointed but later connected to form a picture of groundbreaking innovation and indomitable spirit. From dropping out of college to being ousted from his own company, and eventually returning to rekindle its lost glory, Jobs' journey was a testimony to the power of staying true to one’s essence amidst life’s tumultuous storms.


In the grand tapestry of life, our heart and intuition are the threads that weave the narrative of authenticity. They guide us towards experiences that resonate with our core, no matter how distant and disconnected they may seem at the outset. It’s about the belief in the unseen, the unexplored, and the potential of what could be.


This isn't a call to abandon rationale or disregard the wisdom of experience. It's an invitation to blend the wisdom of the mind with the whispers of the heart, to navigate the waters of life with a compass that points towards what feels right. As we traverse through the days, may we muster the courage to let our inner compass lead the way amidst the unpredictability, knowing that in doing so, we are carving a path that's uniquely ours.


Let’s heed the advice of Jobs and dare to follow our heart and intuition, for they are the gatekeepers of a life rich with authenticity and fulfillment.

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