In the book, The Republic, written by Plato, performed by Socrates, are many timeless truths that need to be heard. In book VII, Plato offers us an allegory that couldn’t be more relevant today for our society as a whole.
There you lay. Your family and friends are looking over you. Their eyes are swelled. Your wife clasps your hand within hers, brushing your knuckles with a gentle touch.
How Pushing Your Body To The Limit Increases Your Flow, Creativity & Growth What if – besides the endless benefits associated with training your physical fitness, you could experience..
It’s a Saturday night and my typical routine is taking place. Except, there’s one hindrance this time. I’m not sure what to watch. I’d spent the last year watching Game of Thrones and now it was time to pick a new show to watch.
We live in a world where people work copious hours. This happens for weeks, months, and years. Yet, sometimes they don’t stop to look at what they’re doing. Are they being productive or are they being busy?
People throw around the word purpose as if it’s something easy to find. This isn’t true. You have a purpose in life, but you must be searching. Your purpose won’t come find you and it won’t be easy.
Possibility. If there is one word that summarizes why the millennial generation doesn’t want to work a 9-5 job, it’s possibility. The possibilities of today far exceed the accepted limitations of years passed.
Who’s out there chasing perfection? Do you strive for that elusive result called perfection? Any person who leads a life striving for their personal best knows the mirage of perfection and knows perfection is not always possible, in fact, hardly ever.
In the book, Man’s Search For Meaning written by Viktor Frankl, he chronicles his experiences while an inmate at the Auschwitz concentration camp. Frankl survived death many times, mostly by fate.