Of course, I can wake up early, I do when there are certain defined requirements but, in general, I am hardwired as a night owl than an early bird. I think I’ve followed the same sleep cycle for, maybe, the last 15 years.
Many people have asked me why I am so and what keeps me awake late through the night.|
The truth is this and it is very simple: when night approaches, a sense of feeling rises within me that I haven’t done anything, or I could have done something more, I should do something more, which keeps me working on something, to research or read, or watch some infotainment content or write. I do something like that, and there is a point at which I feel a sense of satisfaction or a sense of having achieved a matrix of productivity, and then I go to sleep.
I think every night owl type of person has some justification or reason or purpose behind their motivation which keeps them awake so long. Along with this, I have a very subtle driving force, which is one of my favourite poems of Robert Frost, “Stopping by Woods on a Snowy Evening” and its final stanza:
“The woods are lovely, dark and deep,
But I have promises to keep,
And miles to go before I sleep,
And miles to go before I sleep.”
These lines have influenced me a lot, and kept me riding ahead, more and more, before I sleep.
Today I am gratefully remembering this beautiful poem written by Robert Frost.
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