Life is happening now.
I want to be the best version of myself I can be.
A mistake I make at least twice a year is getting so wrapped up in things like outcomes and returns—the results of “being my best self”—that I end up trying to be someone else.
My job is basically getting my own projects done; and there were times, especially early on, when I’d put months (even years) into a project only to watch it go nowhere.
A 22-year-old says, “Hey, I’ve fully tried every religion and philosophy there is. How come I can’t find Ultimate Reality or inner peace?”
Notice how on the Roadrunner cartoon the coyote only tries each costly contraption once. Continue reading
This is actually an ongoing choice, and I’m glad whenever I’m forced to make it; it’s a choice that changes my life the same wonderful way each time. Continue reading