Life is so short and death comes by so quickly, especially taking away the best ones from our side. What does somebody leave behind death? A legacy? But what kind of legacy and through whom and how? I believe we leave our legacy by doing good, fighting for the right reasons, and inspiring others to … Continue reading Celebrating life
As a human being, I try to be better everyday, make people around me better, and hopefully, leave the world in a better place. But everything starts from within because that's the only part I have control over.
"Never forget why you're doing what you're doing. Are you helping people? Are they happy? Are you happy? Are you profitable? Isn't that enough?" – Derek Sivers, Anything You Want
Your relationships will be some of the most important things you will have in your life. They are a reflection of who you are or aren't. They can make you better or worse. According to Jim Rohn, "we are the average of the five people we spend the most time with." This is a reminder … Continue reading Healthy Relationships
"What we do in life echoes in eternity" – Maximus on Gladiator
We all have options and choices, similar to human rights. We have the choice to agree or disagree, to say fuck yeah or hell no, to choose what we want out of life, who we want to be, where we want to go, what we want to believe in, who we want to partner up … Continue reading Your choices
We sometimes forget how difficult it was at the beginning – just to start something. Sure it was fun and joyful, but we struggled and had breakdowns (so many!), yet we fought back and ultimately made it. Now that we see others go through these experiences and hardships, I hope...
“Before you attain it, it’s something wonderful. After you attain it, it’s nothing special.”* It’s in our natural human capacity to overvalue things that are outside of our control and things that we don’t own yet, giving them more significance than they’re originally valued at. More often than not we set goals thinking they’ll change … Continue reading Getting there versus being there
All relationships are two-sided. This means that there's always a giver and a receiver, but this doesn't mean that the giver should always be the giver or the receiver should always be the receiver. In an effort for them to work properly, both sides must put a similar amount of effort. This goes from communication, … Continue reading It’s a two-way thing
Running isn’t for everyone. You will either like it or hate it, or both. I hate the beginning of it, the fact of knowing I’ll be running an inhuman amount of miles in a single run. But I like every moment of it during the run as running has become my passive meditation during the … Continue reading Like it or hate it