Have you ever heard a similar expression "Be careful what you wish for?" If you have heard it, have you ever asked "Why?" I believe that the caution in the old expression is intended to help people realize that they often don't know what they really want. But, I prefer the wisdom of Rumi. "What … Continue reading What You Seek is Seeking You
I know!!! - "Who cares?" Well, something interesting happened. Both embarrassing and liberating at the same time. I wrote her a letter inside a card. Outlining a couple of key points: Our memories created How much I love our family Her amazingness Blah. Card was done. Points were noted. One last thing and back to … Continue reading My Girlfriend is 30
My new podcast episode is up! It's an exploration of truly living, dying, and the miracle of fulfillment in between. Here are some highlights: A deep dive into "Tuesday's with Morrie" - A memoir that sold 14 million copies and changed lives around the world. A side note on people who chase outcomes vs. falling … Continue reading The Gift of Death
“When I was 5 years old, my mother always told me that happiness was the key to life. When I went to school, they asked me what I wanted to be when I grew up. I wrote down ‘happy’. They told me I didn’t understand the assignment, and I told them they didn’t understand life." … Continue reading John Lennon & Understanding Life
Here's the reality. We all have a FIRE within us. It longs to burn. It longs to be awaken. It screams -> Light me up you dumb idiot. In yesterday's POST we asked a simple question. Are you ECSTATIC to wake up every single morning? Ultimately, living a life where you are not, is … Continue reading Lighting Your Fire – #2
"There is only one thing that makes a dream impossible to achieve: the fear of failure." -Paulo Coelho For me, this simple quote is a beautiful way to start the weekend. I paused and absorbed it. I let it give me everything that it had to offer and it was wonderful. The simple notion that … Continue reading Impossible Dreams? I think not…
Not being good enough is not what you should be worried about.
I was a man that forgot to grow into a man. Someone that would take responsibility to own their life. Someone who forgot to travel and see the world. Someone who forgot that life’s greatest joys are simple, and free.