With every product or service we purchase, we could be a tiny investor in tomorrow's change.
The secret codes of life—whether presented as a gift or a burden—go totally unappreciated.
"Not many people like to admit that, but everyone is always in the process of becoming something else. No one is ever really finished—constructed and complete."- Alicia Cook (Stuff I've Been Feeling Lately)Three weeks ago, I had ankle surgery to re-attach lateral ligaments that had been gone
Without leaps of imagination, or dreaming, we lose the excitement of possibilities. Dreaming, after all, is a form of planning.
I don't read poetry to understand. I read it to feel.
Some paths are shorter. Others more scenic. Some are adventurous and risky. It may be kind. Or it can be deftly efficient and straight-to-the-point.
It is the tension that ensure we make progress. When it is healthy and not given a dictatorship, that tension inspires curiosity, new ideas and movement.
Better: A different version of what "success" could look like.
You don't need everything, because the weight of that expectation will wear you down. You need just enough to get you safely to the next pit stop.
Does all “marketing” these days require a lot more faith than what was needed in the past?