So like imagine how strong, intelligent, and spiritually connected to the earth humans would be if we gave them REAL food, clean water, and an emotionally supportive environment in balance with the natural world, and in harmony with other living plants and animals.
A world free of greed, power struggles, and free of the need to control others for profit. A world that encourages love and understanding, instead of hate and closed-mindedness.
I may be idealistic, but I feel this was the original path, and man’s quest for knowledge and need to control, took us off this path. We were meant for something different than this…
I picture a neo-tribalist society that is self-sufficient and in harmony with the earth. A society free to evolve to its full potential and able to connect with the mind, body, and spirit. Where you work to help improve your life and the lives of others instead of making the rich richer.
It may be a dreamer’s dream, but I’d rather live in a self-created dream than be forced to live the Corpo, petrochemical, warmongering, ignorant nightmare world we call home.
“Free your mind, and your ass will follow”. Wake up, zombie…
We all know the saying, “The joy is in the journey, not the destination.” But what does that mean?
For me, it means finding happiness and contentment in everyday moments and enjoying life’s simple pleasures. It’s about being grateful for what we have instead of always longing for more.
It sounds so trite, but it’s true that often the small things in life are what bring us the most happiness. A sunny day after a string of rainy ones; a hot cup of coffee on a cold morning. Or a phone call or text from a friend when you need it. These are all little things that can brighten our day and make us feel good.
Next time you find yourself feeling down or stressed out, take a step back and look around for some small thing to appreciate. It might be enough to turn your whole outlook around!
There’s no one path to success. You’ll find your own way by trial and error, adapting as you go. And that’s okay! The most important thing is to keep moving forward.
You will make mistakes along the way. But don’t let them hold you back or define you. Each mistake is an opportunity to learn and grow. So dust yourself off and keep going!
Your twenties are a time for experimentation and taking risks. It’s when you figure out who you are and what you want in life. Embrace this period of change and growth, even if it isn’t always easy.” Keep exploring until something feels right – then run with it!
Take advantage of opportunities that come your way, they may not be there again later on down the road. Learn from failures more than successes. Each has its own set of valuable lessons to impart if we’re willing to listen enough.
It’s not easy finding your way in life. There are so many choices and paths to take, and it can be difficult to know which one is right for you. But don’t despair – everyone goes through this process, and there are ways to make it a little easier on yourself. Here are some tips for young adults finding their own way in life:
1) Talk to people who have gone before you: This can be friends, family members, or even strangers who seem like they have their act together. Ask them how they decided what path to take in life, and what advice they would give someone just starting out. You might be surprised at the wisdom they have to share!
2) Follow your heart: At the end of the day, you need to do what feels right for YOU – not anyone else. Trust your gut instinct about which choices will make you happy, even if others don’t understand why you’re doing things differently from them. It’s YOUR life after all! 😉
3) Get organized: Sit down with a pen and paper (or open up a blank document on your computer), and start brainstorming all the different options available to you. Once everything is laid out clearly in front of you, it’ll be easier to take the next step …whatever that may be!
4) Take baby steps: Don’t try to change everything about yourself overnight or dive into something completely new without knowing anything about it first That can lead to disappointment or downright dangerous situations Instead, try making small changes slowly over time and research as much as possible before taking any bigger steps
5) Don’t beat yourself up if you think made a mistake All humans are imperfect, so just learn from your mistakes and keep moving forward. Courage doesn’t mean you never fall down in life but successful people are those who get back up again. The world is yours to grasp go out there and snatch every opportunity with both hands! Who knows what life has in store for you. Exciting times are ahead!