Rujuta

Add friend
Sign in to Goodreads to learn more about Rujuta.


Kafka on the Shore
Rujuta is currently reading
bookshelves: currently-reading
Rate this book
Clear rating

 
The Greatest Shor...
Rate this book
Clear rating

 
About the Night
Rujuta is currently reading
bookshelves: currently-reading
Rate this book
Clear rating

 
See all 5 books that Rujuta is reading…

Rujuta’s Recent Updates

Rujuta is currently reading
Kafka on the Shore by Haruki Murakami
Rate this book
Clear rating
Rujuta rated a book it was amazing
The Man Who Mistook His Wife for a Hat by Oliver Sacks
Rate this book
Clear rating
Rujuta rated a book it was amazing
On the Move by Oliver Sacks
Rate this book
Clear rating
Pratik
Pratik is on page 150 of 277 of The Catcher in the Rye
Sapiens by Yuval Noah Harari
Rujuta is currently reading
On the Move by Oliver Sacks
Rate this book
Clear rating
Rujuta rated a book it was amazing
Crime and Punishment by Fyodor Dostoyevsky
Rate this book
Clear rating
Rujuta wants to read
The Idiot by Fyodor Dostoevsky. by Fyodor Dostoyevsky
Rate this book
Clear rating
Rujuta wants to read
The Brothers Karamazov by Fyodor Dostoyevsky
Rate this book
Clear rating
Rujuta wants to read
Existentialism from Dostoevsky to Sartre by Walter Kaufmann
Rate this book
Clear rating
More of Rujuta's books…
Jordan B. Peterson
“To straddle that fundamental duality is to be balanced: to have one foot firmly planted in order and security, and the other in chaos, possibility, growth and adventure. When life suddenly reveals itself as intense, gripping and meaningful; when time passes and you’re so engrossed in what you’re doing you don’t notice—it is there and then that you are located precisely on the border between order and chaos. The”
Jordan B. Peterson, 12 Rules for Life: An Antidote to Chaos

Jordan B. Peterson
“Order is not enough. You can’t just be stable, and secure, and unchanging, because there are still vital and important new things to be learned. Nonetheless, chaos can be too much. You can’t long tolerate being swamped and overwhelmed beyond your capacity to cope while you are learning what you still need to know. Thus, you need to place one foot in what you have mastered and understood and the other in what you are currently exploring and mastering. Then you have positioned yourself where the terror of existence is under control and you are secure, but where you are also alert and engaged. That is where there is something new to master and some way that you can be improved. That is where meaning is to be found.”
Jordan B. Peterson, 12 Rules for Life: An Antidote to Chaos

Jordan B. Peterson
“We rebel against our own totalitarianism, as much as that of others. I cannot merely order myself to action, and neither can you. “I will stop procrastinating,” I say, but I don’t. “I will eat properly,” I say, but I don’t. “I will end my drunken misbehavior,” I say, but I don’t. I cannot merely make myself over in the image constructed by my intellect (particularly if that intellect is possessed by an ideology). I have a nature, and so do you, and so do we all. We must discover that nature, and contend with it, before making peace with ourselves. What is it, that we most truly are? What is it that we could most truly become, knowing who we most truly are? We must get to the very bottom of things before such questions can be truly answered.”
Jordan B. Peterson, 12 Rules for Life: An Antidote to Chaos

Fyodor Dostoyevsky
“Apart from the one fundamental nastiness the luckless mouse succeeds in creating around it so many other nastinesses in the form of doubts and questions, adds to the one question so many unsettled questions that there inevitably works up around it a sort of fatal brew, a stinking mess, made up of its doubts, emotions, and of the contempt spat upon it by the direct men of action who stand solemnly about it as judges and arbitrators, laughing at it till their healthy sides ache. Of course the only thing left for it is to dismiss all that with a wave of its paw, and, with a smile of assumed contempt in which it does not even itself believe, creep ignominiously into its mouse-hole.”
Fyodor Dostoyevsky, Notes from the Underground

Jordan B. Peterson
“The acts of life we repeat every day need to be automatized. They must be turned into stable and reliable habits, so they lose their complexity and gain predictability and simplicity”
Jordan B. Peterson, 12 Rules for Life: An Antidote to Chaos

Yyib badge
Komal Rane
13 books | 61 friends


Shubhad...
1 book | 21 friends

Sourabh
41 books | 70 friends

Pratik
403 books | 220 friends

Swapnil...
1 book | 128 friends

ダーサリ ラメーシュ
2 books | 44 friends

Aditya ...
1 book | 41 friends

More friends…



Polls voted on by Rujuta

Lists liked by Rujuta