Life is not a race. It's a journey. Everytime we meet someone, we start asking "who are you?" or "what you do for living?". Maybe it's all we need to know but, we really care about why we live? Life isn't just about how much money we make, or how many times we have travelled, No. It's about what we feel and we want to do with those feelings. When you hear that someone is a basketball player or a soccer player maybe you already 'judge' that, he can't do anything else, just because he caught himself in a paradigm. When you know a girl who loves fashion and runways, you just 'judge' that the girl is 'obviously' not anything than a fancy girl who never go to a rural space and get dirty, once again, caught in a paradigm. Be afraid of that paradigm. Get away from that paradigms.
In my life I have learned that we are all the same, and in fact, we can be anything. Don't let that anyone caught you in a paradigm just because they can't understand what you're doing. Be as much as you can and then you will be happy.
When I was a kid, I wanted to be a professional soccer player. I'm still working on it.
When I was a teenager, I wanted to read everything from anyone and still going out for party. I'm still working on it.
I'm still young and all I want to do with my life is travel around the world and know all the diferent cultures, languages, stories, everything.
I don't want to be 'caught' by all the paradigms, rules and prejudges. If you're bad at sports, if you're bad in the school, even if you're bad making friends, don't judge yourself and remember that if you're not what they want you to be, at least you can be what you want to be.
Be wise and seek pleasure, chases pain. Be humble and simple life, surrounded by good friends and not be afraid of death. You do not want more than what you need, and what you have , make you happy.
Be as free as you can and break the paradigm.