Meaning

Nikos Kazantzakis on Life, Death and the Meaning of It All

Nikos Kazantzakis on Life, Death and the Meaning of It All
 I put my body through its paces like a war horse; I keep it lean, sturdy, prepared. I harden it and I pity it. I have no other steed.
    I keep my brain wide awake, lucid, unmerciful. I unleash it to battle relentlessly so that, all light, it may devour the darkness of the flesh. I have no other workshop where I may transform darkness into light.
    I keep my heart flaming, courageous, restless. I feel in my heart all commotions and all contradictions, the joys and sorrows of life. But I struggle to subdue them to a rhythm superior to that of the mind, harsher than that of my heart - to the ascending rhythm of the Universe.

8 Life Lessons I Learned From Steve Jobs

8 Life Lessons I Learned From Steve Jobs

One of the most influential, innovative and disruptive people of our time has undoubtedly been Steve Jobs.

As commented by Walter Isaacson in Time Magazine,

“[Steve Jobs] revolutionized six industries: personal computers, animated movies, music, phones, tablet computing and digital publishing. You might add a seventh: retailing, which Jobs did not quite revolutionize but did reimagine. Along the way, he produced not only transforming products but also, on his second try, a lasting company, endowed with his DNA, that is filled with creative designers and daredevil engineers who will carry forward his visions.”