To be natural... why?
I've heard people say things like "what will be will be" and "be spontaneous." In short, I think it means not to go against the flow. What does it mean to let nature take its course? For example, if no one lives in a house, it will fall apart in a few years. Why is that? As the old saying goes, "Moss does not grow on a rolling stone." I believe that if nothing is done, moss will grow on it.
Therefore, if we continue to do the same thing in the same way, our work will eventually grow moss. I believe that always working against the flow will give birth to a business sense. That's why I always think of "new products," "improvements," and "upgrades" in my work.
What do you do to prevent moss from growing? Do you always have something in mind? Do you take notes of what comes to your mind? Have you tried something new today? Are you naturally rotten? I believe that doing nothing is the same as waiting for things to rot. I want to improve myself through action, not reaction.
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