Lately many of us has at least once in a while the FOMO syndrome (fear of missing-out). Which in a good amount could be stimulating to perceive your one's needs and life and encourage to take action for their realisation. However, lately, most of the FOMO sources are mostly influenced by the lives of others. Social media is playing a big role in this; seeing photos and check-ins of friends in cool parties, exotic vacations, posts about their latest success and living in a society where more or less everyone is expected to race for the same objective. So the irony is that we are all racing for the everything: We race to be fit like an athlete, we race to be young and beautiful like a model, we race to be culturally uppdated as professor, we race to be as social as a night-life organizator whithout thinking about the fact that each of these people chose one path to focus on and that's why they succeeded. The very popular saying ''find what you love and let it kill you'' stands for this situation; find a few passions in your life, and burn with it: develop your skills with patience, life-long, if on the road you meet something else, it's ok, continue that way, the first one was meant to lead you there. But don't jump on everything, blindly, at the same time, just because you saw that the last 5 instagram posts were in that way...So if ever you feel like your stressed of missing out, just ''get out of the situation'', go to a park, look to a tree, and breathe, take a 5 minutes meditation about the power of being rooted to a few duties in life, and notice it's importance &perfection. At that moment you will know that it's ok to miss out what is a bit_superficial...