Thursday, August 30

Confounded Commitments

There’s always this nobility about being committed. May it be a relationship, a dream, a company, a task or such commitment worthy endeavors. Yet, we must question the function of the commitment. As many things, the nobility of the noun has been placed above the validity of the verb.

Commitment it seems is generally associated with loyalty in a more I won’t look for someone/something else but you. But the big C somehow has a different context in pursuing your dreams.

So what’s commitment in relations to wanting to achieve something? It’s doing everything and anything related to it at whichever moment you have free time.

If someone tells you that he or she wants to be successful at one thing, you could gauge the validity of the success by just looking at how their 24 hours is spent. In the end, I realized Consistency in context to success is a more viable choice of value adoption then commitment itself.

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