Sorry for missing on posting yesterday. Was rather busy and ended up falling to sleep as soon as I got home from my job. Anyways, on to more interesting things.
So today when I saw this picture I thought that it was well said and something that everyone should think of. You need to decide and believe fully that things can happen for you. Of course, you must work for your beliefs and make the decision to make your beliefs into a reality. What things have any of you decided to do lately?
While I was browsing I came upon a website that had piqued my interest. If you are interested here is a link to the site: Young at Heart.
While going through some of the pages I came upon a comic that was posted on one of them. I’ve always felt that our current system was broken and this comic really helps to exemplify that. If you are interested in the artist that came up with this piece just click on the picture above.
I’ve always been a big fan of super heroes, but that topic can be discussed on another day. Today I want to talk about a recent individual that I’ve decided to place into my list of people that inspire me and that individual is Steve Pavlina.
The reason I titled this post as a new hero is because I believe that it’s important to have people that inspire us in our lives. To be able to inspire and help make things better for others I feel is something that is truly heroic.
Steve Pavlina is a relatively well known inspirational self help guru. In one of his books I had bought it had talked about his past experience being deeply in debt and struggling to reach a certain level of success. At first he had been rather focused on the acquiring of money with his creative content, but he had been so focused on the process that he wasn’t really working on creating true content to give to others. After being deeply in debt and bankrupt he essentially dropped just about everything and focused on creating real content. What touched me was at the end of that chapter when he asked what could you give to others that you love doing if you had basically nothing? I still have yet to come up with a concrete answer for myself, but ask yourself that question and ponder upon it.
For those of you who are interested in Steve here is a link to his blog site: StevePavlina.com
Real service is to serve without being told by someone how, when, and whom you can serve. Most of us never realize this until we pass away from this life. From a young time I’ve always hated working for a company or someone. It didn’t feel right, but now I understand better why it had bothered me so much personally. The reason was because I knew deep down I was not truly serving anyone. Sometimes it feels like a curse to get older, but for just this once to be able to have finally come upon this realization after looking for so long makes me appreciate the wisdom that comes with age. Until next time take care everyone.