I want to change the world; I am making health, freedom and happiness as the number one currency in the world for my business. By the way, I believe happiness is overrated, happiness is the most normal state of mind of all, and it is a gift from birth. So, I’m creating a wonderful extraordinary planet to live on, I dream food for 100% of living being on the planet, water for every single one, non-violent communication, no more slavery just living. I dream a lot, I envisioned my dream until it became crystal clear. I know I am not alone in this evolution because more than 90% of the human population feels like I do. It is time for a change. We all feel it but I guess we do not know how to begin with that new step of our humanity.
To be quite honest, I really want the world to change its mind about the way we solve our problems, but I am as well attached to many things. What about you?
Before I unplugged the television, my belief around fixing the world was soaking in the fear of losing either what I possessed or what I strived to get. I was into the bad habit of holding on to everything in case the world either crashed or collapsed. The fear of lacking of everything from A to Z tainted my ability to see myself as a potential suitable change factor. I felt powerless most of my life, mostly powerless because change had become synonym of war, blood, orphans, fear, famine, camps. As a kid I watched the news every night at suppertime. I was fed with the fear of change through the cold war and then with all the other conflicts around the world.
As far as I can remember, I always wished for us to live in a more peaceful and even-handed world. That is my purpose. Making it happen on a human scale. Making a difference on a very sustainable human scale. It means refusing the powerlessness mood that keep us away from building a better world for everybody including us. My first challenge is to blog, reach out and create a community of persons willing to feel healthy, happy, to experiment generosity and to be the change. I am building a network, a list, a community. May I count you in?
“For things to improve, you have to improve. For things to get better, you have to get better. For
things to change, you have to change. When you change, everything changes for you.” Jim Rohn.
I am a better person, a better artist, a better entrepreneur, a better blogger, a better version of me when I serve a higher purpose. My first step is to embody my purpose in a website and to make it real and online. To do it. To keep doing it. To serve.
Resolve and reach.
Resolve means trying new things for different outcomes.
Reach means stretching beyond our upper limits to get it.
On your toes with soul.