There is something I've been working on since the last 3 years or so.
a horse trying to say
I often say 'thank you' and 'sorry' in my social life, but the stingy thing I said was 'good job'.
Now, when I talk to my family, I try to say thank you, I'm sorry, I did well. It's a potion. If you say this, it will be resolved in an instant.
words I'm not good at yet
'I love you'
In Western movies and dramas, family members are always talking about it, but these days, it seems to be often said in Korean dramas and around.
I feel embarrassed to say 'I love you', but I don't do it because I don't know what it means to love.
My mother-in-law always says "I love you" to me.
Words that I'm still trying not to hold on to
'I do not know'
From a young age, I often think that honesty is the best policy, and I quickly admit that I don't know what I don't know about the facts.
However, it is not good to say 'I don't know' about what I need to think about. If you say you don't know, it's because you don't think about it any more because it feels like you've been forgiven. Think about what you can think of and say whatever you want.
'I don't know how'
"I don't know how to do it" is also not good. There are certain things that you can do and things you don't know, and there are things that you don't. As clearly as the truth, I say that I can't do what I can't do. If it's not clear, you just have to think, search, practice, and learn how to do it. It's because the moment you say you can't do it, it just doesn't matter to me as if you've been forgiven.
There was a time when I tried to say 'I can't do it' at work. There were times when I was at a loss for words when a certain leader said that I did not know what to say. Over a drink with my co-workers, I said that I would say that I don't know how to do it anymore. My co-workers said, "I'm sorry, hyung. Don't do it." So I didn't. I almost lost my identity for a moment.
It's easier to say that you don't know and don't know how to do it. Admitting incompetence seems to be an excuse.
A friend of mine said this while taking a walk together.
In the past, when I asked him at work, he didn't say he didn't know what he didn't know, he found it, studied it, and told me. But now, when I ask them, they say they don't know and they say they don't look for it. It's convenient if you don't know.
I'm not yet.
Few people ask me now, but not yet.
My eyes are bad, multiplication by double digits is difficult, and abstract processing is still difficult, but I know my brain is bad from a young age. If you stop thinking though, it's not me. The journey of finding out what you're curious about while you're alive isn't over.
I'm holding out a little longer.