I decided to start the daily habit of reading in August 2020. Even in that moment, I realized how little I knew and how much homework was there left. Consequently, I made two simple calls. Firstly, I would finish every single book I started until I felt I had some legit criteria to infer when was a read not worth it. The second big call was to try expand my world of ‘the things I know I do not know’ as much as possible. Then, to pursue the objective, I shouldn’t re-read books. As of today, I have only re-read one book (a month ago) and one chapter of another one.
I thoroughly enjoyed reading the article. Dostoevsky's books are truly captivating, and I would love to hear more of your impressions regarding his masterpieces. As someone involved in finance, I often observe similar connections between same topics, and your ability to bring fresh ideas to the table adds originality and authenticity. Congrats!
great article, we need more original thinking and linking of ideas like this
I love that you made this connection... yes there is something there! Also if you want to see the parallels in the political realm between today and 19th century Russia, read Demons. The author has an almost supernatural grasp of our human frailties.