We have left Home, and we can’t remember who we are or how we got here. We’re lost, confused, in pain, lonely. We desperately trying to get back Home.
Death is a certainty. But suffering is a choice. By embracing the healthy, mindful version of YOLO, we alleviate our suffering and that of others.
We sometimes find ourselves at the bottom of cliffs, wondering how we’re going to climb up. The only thing that can save us is friends throwing a rope.
Traumatic events, rather than crippling us, can actually strengthen us and help us grow. And what determines our response to trauma is our sense of purpose.
You don’t need the blazing fire of passion to succeed. But the glimmering light of curiosity is absolutely indispensable.
It’s only when we feel like we have enough care and support that we can open our heart to grieving — and ultimately to healing.
Orville and Wilbur Wright should have lost the race to build the first airplane. They were outmanned, outsmarted, outmonied. But they had a secret weapon…
Everyone loves “never quit” quotes. But what if such seemingly inspirational quotes are actually profoundly deceiving?
We all want comfort and safety, but when these become our sole pursuit, we never see what we’re made of or experience all that life has to offer.
The things we fear the most are the things that will make us grow the most. And our fear of them actually helps us overcome and achieve them.