The best life: pursue only what truly interests you.

1. Only photograph that which interests you

2. Only write about and research things which personally interest you

Meat

For example, my interest in meat consumption.

3. Only look at art which interests you

Also when analyzing art, then ask yourself:

*Why* do I like it?

4. Personal interest as the best barometer and compass in your life

Don’t be fooled— your personal interest is the ultimate compass in life. This means:

Only pursue what you’re personally interested in, and don’t pursue what you’re not personally interested in.

ERIC

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