I couldn’t watch XFiles the movie when it was released in india, because the ticket was too expensive
But I don’t remember missing out on it. I remember loving the movie when I did watch it several months later
I didn’t travel to even one city during my masters in the US, because I had to save up for home
But I don’t remember missing out on it. I instead remember the awesome time Ruchi and I had going back to the US several years later
I didn’t have enough money to enroll for classroom coaching for IITs
But I don’t remember missing out on it. I instead remember topping college and going to the US for my masters.
I dont party. I don’t drink. I don’t smoke.
But I don’t remember missing out on it. I instead remember feeling awesome at the end of everyday, having accomplished things at work and anticipating love at home.
FOMO is always instantaneous.
It never ever helps.
Because it does not inspire. It instead scares.
How about converting FOMO into something else. Something that could drive, could motivate, could make us move.
The fear of never being able to do it