I loves me some Watts!
This is a great little vid, that gets at the heart of the matter for me. It’s in great alignment with the slacker’s mindset, and shows the basic clinging that can occlude your vision of what you truly are.
Awesome post over at becomingminimalist.comFinding Pride and Joy in the Journey of Life
Very touching story about taking the time to celebrate the day-to-day triumphs in life. We could all use a little kid style enthusiasm about each step of progress we make, which let’s face, we make every darn day!
Keep striving forward to become a better person, a better parent, a better citizen, and a better contributor to the world around you. Strive for the great accomplishments that you and the world will use to define your life. But don’t be so quick to discount the progress you have already made. Because that’s where life is lived. And that’s where joy is to be found.
Walk on. ~ Bruce Lee
Just read an awesome article over at dailygood.orgWalking For Peace: One Couple’s Incredible Journey
Here’s my favorite bit -
Perhaps the greatest teaching of this walk was something that my heart had declared long ago, but which my mind had refused to accept. The world is not a terrible place. People are not “bad” by nature. We all harbor the same universal hopes and dreams. And when you are living from the heart, in service to Love, the entire Universe moves to help you achieve your dreams.
If you want to check out the pilgrims more, you can go check out their site - walkingforpeace.com
From Craig Ballantyne’s awesome Early to Rise newsletter this morning:
“Success for me,” John McAfee explained in Fast Company in 2007, “is can you wake up in the morning and feel like a twelve year old?”
That was before he lost 95% of his net worth. At the time he said that, as Robert Frank explains in his book, The High-Beta Rich, McAfee was living through a second adolescence, spending rampantly on grown-up toys and making poor investments. A year later, this definition of success had helped destroy his $100 million fortune and left his net worth at just a few million dollars.
Now, I really do love Craig’s stuff, and read it daily, but what???
“Just a few million dollars”?
If that’s failure, please let me be an utter one!!