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Don’t be fooled by the sweet lies of doing what you want to do.

1. What one has to do and what one wants to do fluctuates between them.

2. What you must do when you do what you want to do is accompanied.

3. What you have to do gives you a lot of gifts.

4. Doing what you have to do shows what you want to do.

Personally, I’m going to tell you to pick a star from the sky and to do whatever you want to do.

I think these two words are the most irresponsible words in the world.

Because I can’t pick up the stars in the sky.

Instead, if you add it up with a necklace or ring, some responsibility can be relieved, but it can be compared with the original intention.





But I don’t want to say that doing what you want to do.

It sounds more irresponsible, but it’s a little scary to see people who are talking to people who are at the crossroads of their own career path or choice.


Are you really worried about the other person?
Did he say that while empathizing with the other person’s situation and the weight of his worries?





Of course, the word “do what you want to do” is sweet. It is a problem because it is so sweet.

It’s like opening a tired man’s mouth and stuffing a dozen or so chocolates into it.

I’m relieved that the person who gave me the chocolate gave me the sweet one, but the person who took it is sweet for a while and soon becomes sullen.

Too much sweetness can cause health problems.







We tend to bisectively accept what we have to do and what we want to do.

The reason why what I have to say is not so sweet is that I feel more powerless than self-righteousness.

It demands responsibility or deadlines and puts pressure on you to meet someone’s orders or requests.

In other words, it’s not what I want to do, but it gives me the pressure to live up to someone’s orders or requirements.

It’s sweet to hear that you want to do what you want to do because it’s for your own satisfaction, not for anyone, so whatever you do can be fun.

It also strengthens self-esteem because it is not a matter of servile desire for something from someone.






Let’s think again about what we have to do and what we want to do. Are they clear to you?

Sometimes we choose what we want to do, under pressure from what we have to do.

But most of the time, you get into things you want to do right away, like, you’re going on a trip.

Watching movies, eating, and so on, may make you feel better right now.

When you come back to your place, the pressure and futility increase. What you have to do doesn’t disappear because you have to do it literally.



1. What one has to do and what one wants to do fluctuates between them.

2. What you must do when you do what you want to do is accompanied.

3. What you have to do gives you a lot of gifts.

4. Doing what you have to do shows what you want to do.

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