Text: Sharis (search engine optimizer/long-distance text content creator, and also the founder of the self-media website " Sharis Nomadic Diary ", advocating how to find a balance between busy life and work, and live out what you want life, become a better version of yourself) Life is like a stalled train. We are rushing to our destination all the time. When we reach our destination, we are urged by countless social expectations and values to get on the train quickly, just because most people are rushing to the next station. The cycle of getting on and off the bus, until one day we thought: Get off at this stop, can we enjoy the scenery and do what I want to do?
listen to your inner voice There was a time when I was very disgusted by my friends asking me "what are you doing" and "where are you?". I didn't directly express my inner disgust, but I didn't want to respond positively. At that time, I always thought, this is my life, why should I explain it to others? After years of washing, I realized that these disgust and impatience stemmed from inner fear and anxiety. At that time, I chose to avoid facing it. Naturally, I thought that others had Pricing touched the bottom line. In fact, I didn’t even know where I was or what I was doing. What, I clearly want to understand myself, but I choose to ignore it again and again. My 30-year-old anxiety had quietly sprouted as early as 25 or 6 years old, and I was constantly struggling between a stable life and a desire to seek change.
When I decided to leave everything behind, I came to this treasure island with the idea of waiting for boredom if I didn’t go crazy, and started my overage college life. The story of this journey is a bit long. Friends who want to find out, welcome to read The story of me coming to Taiwan . face your inner fear I didn't set off with the courage to reserve, but gradually grew courage in the process. —Amazing "There is a kind of work called life" When I was 27 years old, I came to Taiwan to study. At that time, my high school