We are not what we do, we are not what we eat, we are not who we see, we are not the dreams we have, we are not the time we waste. Or are we?
The company responsible for changing our lives has decided to discipline us[...]to rescue us from our frail selves...because apparently, we can't handle our technology that well.
How do we break through the dread? How do we wake up consistently and find hope everyday? All I know is that it is immensely difficult, and whenever I or anybody else over simplifies the practice of living well, that's disillusion. Sweat and tears my friends, it takes overcoming negatives in all of their forms …
See you can have it all, you already are working towards what you want daily, whether you see it or not. I want to help you see it, because I'm practicing what I preach and because I care about the 40 year old you.
One of the primary, and most automatic functions of a conscious brain or intelligence, is to serve a purpose, first and foremost living life; surviving. The purpose beyond that could be anything, literally; even passing butter.
In the probability of you not having a big brother, you could listen to mine. You are most welcome. Is it me or does it become easier to appreciate your siblings the older that you get? They start seeming more like humans, less like Barbie doll mansion wrecking machines. Do you remember how irritating it …
Most great books tend to do that, religion does that, music does it, ideological and political leaders do that, and social media influencers are also great at doing it. It surely is more difficult than it sounds, but it is an intrinsic quality to producing inspiring- change outputs.