If you walked out of a coffee shop today and got hit by a car and died, would you think you lived your life to the fullest? If the answer is no, you run the risk of dying without ever living to the fullest expression of yourself.
Gary V. says, "We have a bad relationship with time." That's an understatement. Most people seemingly pretend time doesn't exist.
We always say, "one day" as if the days are a sure thing when that couldn't be further from the truth. You are love smacked back into reality when someone around you dies or you face your own immortality but more often than not, the further that experience is in your rear-view mirror, you forget all about your revelation. "Oh well, that was just a stupid idea I had that one time." But that's bullshit. That was your sign and you chose to flick it off. You stared in the face of your dharma [your purpose] and told it that it didn't matter. Not because you meant to, but because you didn't believe it was your decision to make. You wait for permission when no one is going to grant it. You let fear win. But don't let that get you down. At any given moment you get to turn your life around. Hell, I didn't even start until I was 34. You've got time!
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