- Did groceries for tournament with JB & Mr. FS.
- Fun conversations in the car with them.
- Arrived to a big spacious motel in Sherbrooke (yessss).
- Looooooooong shower.
Thought of the day:
Today, I thought about something I wanted to do.
It had no great purpose and it won't give me any benefits except the joy of doing it.
I obviously had trouble with this because I always think that most things need to have a goal or contribute to a greater life goal.
Not only that, but it had absolutely nothing to do with who I defined myself to be up until now.
And the more I thought about it, the more I thought that this was absurd.
The fact that I currently define myself as someone who's more "techy" just because I graduate in software engineering and worked 3 jobs in that field is simply ridiculous.
Why would I choose to define myself based on something I didn't even consciously choose?
You know how I picked my major? By following what my brother did.
It wasn't a conscious choice.
Yet, here I am, telling myself what I should or should not do based on this arbitrary major that I chose.
I guess this can be applied to many other things.
How many decisions do I make based on values or traits that were simply passed down from my parents or my friends or my environment?
I think the more I'm able to identify where exactly this so-called "identity" I defined for myself up until now comes from, the easier it'll be to move on from it and make space for an identity that I actively choose and am / want to be.