The Way Things Are is, quite frankly, a shitty story to live by. So why do so many of us resign ourselves to it?
Sometimes you face a full system shutdown. And the only way to get yourself up and running again is to set yourself to limited capacity.
It’s all too easy to let your happiness fall to the whims of external factors . But ultimately, it all comes down to you.
You can’t compare your skills against someone else’s. All that matters is that you do what you were designed to do—and you do the everloving shit out of it.
Circumstances mean nothing. Limitations mean nothing. Obstacles mean nothing. It all comes down to you.
People who get through the day in the hardest of circumstances, who go on against the odds — THAT’s heroism, not cold showers and running triathlons.
How we approach everything–even piddly, mundane tasks–influences how awesome our lives can be.
That little patch of life you think is all that’s out there for you? It’s an illusion. Here’s how to break free.
There will be times, even in the most optimistic and dutifully designed lives, when things just really, really suck. Here are some ways to cope with that.
The philosophical breakdown of the meaning of my new tat. (Thesis: you can be Zen and still fight your little heart out.)