☞ Hey guys☻ I’m currently reading The Yellow World by Albert Espinosa and I’m loving it. The book taught me lots of things about life. It would be nice if I share the benefit with you. I decided to make this as a series since one point could take over 5 notebook pages!
➊ Ask 5 good questions every day
In life, not everything is clear. You may have something that you do not understand or you want to know. But most of the time, we forget about it and ends up leaving the questions without the answers. Life itself generates a huge number of questions. So, you could use this method to make sure that everything is answered. It would make your life feels more meaningful.
The steps are
1.Choose a color for your notebook
-The color has to have something to do with you. You may be confused with what color you should choose ( and so do I ) but you could solve it by looking at a box of felt tip pens/colored pencil and choose one to draw with; the one you choose will be your color.
2. Buy a notebook
-In the book, they said that we need to buy 10 of notebooks for every aspect in the world. But I prefer choosing one notebook and write every question from every aspect of my life.
3. Write down all your queries
-Everything you don’t understand, you want to know. Anything including your stupid, complicated, eternal and your practical queries. For an example,
Stupid Queries : How do people manage to get their hair looking nice?
Complicated Queries : Why does summer zoom by and winter drag on forever?
Eternal Queries : Who am I? Who do I want to be?
Practical Queries : How do you rent a light aeroplane?
4. Look for the person who probably has the answers
-Next to each question, you should write a possible candidate for the answer. Never leave this empty. Put someone down, even if you don’t yet know them personally. Even it’s someone famous, or invented or impossible.
5. Answer the questions
-Ask, absorb the answer and note down the queries that emerge you and ask again. The more queries you get answered, the better you’ll feel.
☞ Trust me, once you’ve got into it, you’ll become addicted to write in your mini notebook. I hope you found something new from this.
What do you think of this? Do you think this will work with you? Will you recreate this? Are you interested in reading more of these? Comment down below your thoughts or anything and see ya.