WriteWay Journal: May 9th, 2023

Today's journal reflects on my Linux exploration, the value of pursuing interests, and the joy of writing, offering insights into my ongoing journey of learning and self-expression.

Adil Murshid

5/9/20231 min read

macbook pro on brown wooden table
macbook pro on brown wooden table

It's been a while since I last worked on my journal, but that's understandable considering I didn't have much to talk about. My focus has been on various things, particularly exploring different operating systems, especially Linux distributions. After months of experimenting, I've come to realize that Linux may not be the right fit for me at the moment. I value simplicity and ease of use when it comes to operating systems, and while I've enjoyed using Linux, I find it requires more technical know-how than I currently possess.

Among the Linux distros I've tried, Zorin OS stood out as a fantastic option, especially for beginners. It felt reliable and everything was well-designed. I've also explored Ubuntu, Pop_OS!, and more. I'm considering writing an article to share my journey of learning Linux. To provide my readers with new insights, I aim to share what I've learned through my Linux journey and ignite their curiosity about the subject.

It's important to remember that everyone has their own likes and dislikes. The key is to pursue what truly interests you, regardless of age or other external factors. Exploring different paths and passions is part of the journey to discovering who you really are. Admittedly, I sometimes struggle with decision-making and worry about wasting time. However, I'm actively working on improving this aspect. The simple truth is, if something captivates you and sparks a desire to pursue it, then take that first step and start working towards it, even if progress is slow and you take all the time you need.

Anyway, that's all for today. I thoroughly enjoy writing, especially when it comes to my journal, as I don't have to strive for perfection and can freely express my thoughts. It's a wonderful outlet for reflection and introspection.

"The only way to do great work is to love what you do." - Steve Jobs

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