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For a few years now, I’ve learned to sit down, shut up and listen. I do that for a bit, then I write.

Common Sense

Common Sense

There are no losers in life, only people who have not yet learned to trust. When you begin to trust life, you learn that life brings you what you need when you need it without your intervention. Your physical power and effort is no match for your willpower and gratitude. Your physical actions appear to be the method of making your dreams come true, but when you do believe your dreams of greatness, and when you follow your sense of fun, you will discover that you don’t have to wrestle greatness away from anyone. You don’t have to compete for it, nor do you have to defend it. You must relearn to trust the dream for yourself and have fun while it's happening. When you do that, life will present you in the most ingenious of ways the next step to take. So if you are no longer having fun where you are, it's because life is giving you the sense of discontentment to urge you towards the life you've dreamed of. Your discontentment is in direct proportion to your refusal to live out your dreams of purpose. The life you want will then always be on the peripherals of your experience, just outside of your realization. The thing is, life is already paving the way for you. Face in the direction of your dreams and the next step is revealed to you.

If you dream big but do not believe in yourself, impatience greatly increases your suffering. You delay your dream’s fulfillment with a lack of faith in your willpower, but you can hasten it with your experiences of fun. It doesn’t matter what activity you do, if it's fun, you are on the right path. When it's no longer fun, go do something that is. Each time you do that, you learn skills that, like the Karate Kid, give you increased abilities and thus the courage to set out further on the path of your dreams. When you are trusting life and having fun, life will continually surprise you with delightful experiences. When you find your flow and match your fun with your work, life will reward you greatly. You already know that life is not always fun. During these painful periods, you will discover that you've become stronger for it. Each cycle of growth has its highs and lows and you'll learn to ride the wave instead of standing against it. You are here to trust life with faith and an ever-increasing courage. Trust life and you will not fear death. Have fun, not fear.

First Day on the Job

First Day on the Job

Nagasaki Okunchi Festival

Nagasaki Okunchi Festival

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