The Bucket List
The Bucket List. If one is actively pursuing the bucket-list idea, one must question the benefits. A bucket shouldn't merely contain impulsive and easily acquired items throughout life.
Therefore, it should only sometimes be filled with stuff that others talk about and dream about unless it sincerely aligns with and aligns with one of the dreams within. Chase others' dreams may be like having a hole in the bucket.
The most satisfying things to enter the bucket for most are those that are part of a bigger context. For instance, a trip to the Great Wall of China would be a more meaningful experience.
Developing that larger framework or context requires careful and thoughtful consideration. It often takes complex thought and work for something to emerge.