“To be without some of the things you want is an indispensable part of happiness.”
In a relatively short period of time, a mere 35 years, I’ve seen a lot. I’ve done a lot, built a lot, lost a lot, met a lot, and loved a lot. I’ve seen a lot of people come. I’ve seen a lot of people go. Yet, through it all, I’ve learned a lot. I’ve taught a lot. I’ve learned to built for others’ benefit. I’ve learned to forgive. I’ve learned to laugh. I’ve learn to love. I’ve learned to be free. In short, I’ve learned to be me.
You, too, have a reason for being. Whatever else may be your specific calling or profession in life, the ultimate reason for being is to love, to set life free, to balance your karma and to attain reunion with God. How, when, why, where and with whom you’re going to do this remains for to discover…