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My daily mantra

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Every day in the shower, I tell myself quietly: “You are a thinker. You are a teacher. You are a philosopher. You are a writer.”

I admit that saying it felt weird at first. However, with time it became routine, like much else in life.

I repeat this at least twenty times a day. Some days I believe in it. And other days, disbelief hits me hard in the face. However, I repeat it nevertheless. It is a habit now.

I am not sure why I feel the need for it. Perhaps, it is my deep love for the four words -thinker, philosopher, teacher and thinker.

Hearing these words frequently gives me aesthetic pleasure. I also develop an intimate association with them and a deep sense of responsibility for my everyday thoughts and actions.

I carry myself -naturally- in the manner, one expects from a philosopher or a thinker. It makes me think harder about the world.

I don’t claim that I did not think before. I have always been curious for as long as I can recall, but it was more implicit.

In the past few years, I have become more explicit to myself about my intellectual aspirations. Now I feel even more motivated to read more and become more learned.

I will continue with the mantra and keep sharing any exciting thoughts that come up in the future. I would love to hear about your daily mantras in the comments.


2 Comments

  1. Imran kakar says:

    I say everyday to myself that i am a student so my purpose now is to learn , learn and learn .

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