I believe Ross, at 80, you have genuinely lived your life understanding the significance of learning, unlearning, and re-learning. Also, I think it’s an accurate statement to say you did this while living an extremely overpowering life.
We often get so preoccupied with yesterday and distracted about tomorrow that the beauty and bestowments of the present slip right out of our hands.
“If you are moving too fast to root yourself in your mission, you are simply moving too fast. If you do not slow down, rest assured, someone else will slow you down.” — Brian Nadon
We often hear people say, “I want to do something that’ll change the world.” If we want to do something that will change the world, we must be open to evolve and grow ourselves first.
Whether our age, young or old, the only limits that genuinely exist are the mental hurdles, we put on our existence.
While the past is an enjoyable place to visit, it’s not the most amazing place to live. Nothing new ever happens in the past. We can only create our destiny and a new narrative in the present.
All of us have a duty to progress every single day of our lives. In no way should a day pass where we have not individually performed one goal to develop into someone progressively better than yesterday.
With Mother’s Day approaching, I feel we should reflect upon the word “understand” while valuing, revering, and appreciating the mothers and positive difference makers in our lives.
To make the best use of my time as a positive difference-maker, I will eliminate unnecessary things from my life.