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> write a blog post in the style of https://wyclif.substack.com/p/ordinary-human-life

> Sure, here is a blog post in the style of https://wyclif.substack.com/ that discusses the concept of ordinary human life:


Title: Finding Joy in the Ordinary

In a world that constantly bombards us with messages of success and achievement, it's easy to feel like we need to be doing something extraordinary in order to be fulfilled. But the truth is, true joy and fulfillment can often be found in the ordinary moments of everyday life.

It's easy to get caught up in the pursuit of the next big thing, whether it's a new job, a promotion, or a major life event. But these milestones are just that - moments in time. It's the small, everyday moments that make up the majority of our lives, and it's important to find joy in them.

One way to do this is to practice gratitude. Take a moment to appreciate the simple things in your life - the warm sun on your skin, a good meal, the comfort of a cozy bed. These things may seem insignificant, but they can bring a sense of peace and contentment.

Another way to find joy in the ordinary is to focus on the present moment. It's easy to get caught up in the hustle and bustle of life and to worry about the future, but it's important to take a step back and appreciate what's happening right now. This can be as simple as taking a few deep breaths or pausing to appreciate the beauty around you.

Finally, try to find meaning in the ordinary moments of your life. Whether it's through your work, your relationships, or your hobbies, it's important to have a sense of purpose and to feel like what you do matters.

In short, it's important to remember that the ordinary moments of life are just as important as the extraordinary ones. By taking the time to appreciate and find joy in the ordinary, we can lead more fulfilling and meaningful lives.


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Dec 18, 2022Liked by David Hugh-Jones

“But the emotional and intellectual aspects of relationships are just as susceptible of disaggregation as the material aspects. (Who hasn’t sometimes preferred books to friends?)“

Enjoyed this one.

(As usual quite salty and funny 👏)

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