All Goals in Life Are Problematic — Except One
Zat Rana

Abraham Maslow was a bit furious that he became famous not for his life’s work, but for a single diagram within the body of his life’s work (“The Hierarchy of Needs”) that he drew to illustrate a driving principle.

His life’s work revealed how we either set and pursue goals or we wither and die — in short, while life may get cut short by accident or end because we simply wear out, barring those two outcomes our lifespan is largely within our control. This article is a nice corollary of that discovery.