Life is ephemeral, waste it wisely
A conversation with Kamrul Khan for the Bengalis of New York podcast
I think after I lost them it recalibrated what I was doing, why I was doing it, and how insanely limited our time here on Earth is- how ephemeral is is.
All your accumulation and ideas can be gone just like that. After 5,000 years I don’t think anyone is going to remember me or you. That is obviously a little morbid to think about. But there’s ephemeral beauty to it.
It’s almost like it doesn’t matter. There really isn’t this big significance anymore.
You should take every shot you can get. You should just go for it because no one else is going to. No one else knows exactly what they are doing. You might as well follow your own gut and your own intuition.