Tag: courage


If there is one thing I have learned from life (and it has been a difficult lesson), it is that you will always be unhappy until you surrender to who you really are and what you really want. I believe that the larger part of you always has an arial view of your life’s unique journey and it is guiding you along the right path. So anything you do that conflicts with this path will send up distress signals of uneasiness, despair, depression, etc. You’ll feel these emotions the moment… Read the Rest »


The thing is, you already have it. If you’re reading this, there is a very high chance that you live in a world where you have incredible freedom. You have freedom over how you spend your time, over where you go, over the work you do, and over the people with whom you surround yourself. Whatever restricts your life is purely your own creation. No one – other than yourself – can take away your choices. If you wake up unhappy with an aspect of your life, you can (and… Read the Rest »

The speech above was given by Martin Luther King on the night before he was assassinated. Even while seeming to anticipate his own death, he lived true to his convictions and stood strong in what he believed. I’m thankful to have examples like Martin Luther King who have shown us all how to use real power to create positive change. Today is a day to recognize how fortunate we are to live in a country (a world?) where, no matter how messed up things get in the short term, the… Read the Rest »