“The world is yours.” –Nasir Jones
We as a society have chosen convenience over substance. The fast food analogy can be applied here – a drive-thru Big Mac, fries & a coke is much quicker & more convenient than breaking everything down into its purest form & building a meal from scratch. We know that preparing our own food is better for us & even more rewarding, yet we often choose McDonalds instead because it is easy & convenient.
We know it is not good for us so we say we will begin to eat healthier tomorrow & that this is our last day of poor nutrition. That day turns into a week, which turns into a month & so on.
Why wait when we can improve now?
The revolution will not be televised, so you might as well put down the remote & get involved! Look below the surface & see what’s going on. Become involved with something meaningful or better yet make it happen yourself.
Good music still exists, just not on commercial radio. Great art is everywhere, just be more aware of your surroundings. Great people walk among us, we just have to pick our heads up from our cell phones/ipods/computers in order to look them in the eye.
Valuable ideas are within us all, we just have to let them out & not be afraid of being different. Our uniqueness is what makes us beautiful.
No one is great at everything, but everyone is great at something. What are you great at? How are you contributing?
What I’m saying is that you might want to make today the day you say goodbye to the dollar menu in favor of something more substantial.
“Today is the first day of the rest of your life.” – Abbie Hoffman
The world really is ours if we want it.
(always working, Never Sleeping)