Tag: adventure

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A person doesn’t choose their gender, hair color, eye color, height, religion, etc. I’m going to relate this back to the jungle where aminals live. A place that remains beautiful and unharmed, yet we harm creatures for fun whether it is for self-pleasure or for food. These are gorgeous animals that share a lot of…




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Whenever you feel inspired, open your heart, empty your mind and listen.
See what is it calling you to do, what is it inspiring to be, get a sense of the vision for your life that your inspiration is showing you.

Trust that. 😉




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Today was exactly two years since my cancer has been defeated. Defeated like the last misled left one earth. Today felt a lot different thought; I woke up around 7:30 am to check my emails. One email said Mount Sinai and I quickly opened it like I was expecting the worst of the worst. I logged into my image share…




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When you truly get this, when this knowing hits home for you and you comprehend it 100% you are free! You are unplugged from the “matrix”, you are off the grid, you are outside the box…there was never any box to begin with.
You will sense that you are above the water when everyone else is drowning.
“There is no spoon”
Have fun.




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Mar 19

Future?

“So, what are you gonna do when you graduate? Do you have a plan? Did you apply for a job? Where do you want to work? Are you looking for something? You should just get out there and network?” -people, family, friends, etc. that care about you. … Ever feel overwhelmed about “finding your purpose”?…




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Do you ever feel like you have too much to do? You feel like the world never stops? You just want a break? . . . Well, the next time you feel too flustered, just remember that being busy is a blessing!…Wait, but what does that mean?……Why is busy a blessing? How can it be…




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What if heroin taught me something? … What if I was never redeemed? What if I already was? … How wild it was to let it be. — Cheryl Strayed, Wild Cheryl Strayed and I have two things in common. First, over a decade ago, we both undertook journeys of more than 500 miles with…