14 min

Action and Inaction = Life and Death Against Traffic

    • Entrepreneurship

Charles Dickens once wrote - "This is a world of action, and not for moping and droning in."

The reason he wrote this was because he understood one fundamental truth - that action is living and inaction is death. Furthermore, he understood that simply being thoughtful about your decisions was action in and of itself - which staves off death. And death is found when others make decisions for you without you thinking critically about the consequences of those decisions. 

Charles Dickens once wrote - "This is a world of action, and not for moping and droning in."

The reason he wrote this was because he understood one fundamental truth - that action is living and inaction is death. Furthermore, he understood that simply being thoughtful about your decisions was action in and of itself - which staves off death. And death is found when others make decisions for you without you thinking critically about the consequences of those decisions. 

14 min

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