When I let go of what I am, I become what I might be. ~Lao Tzu~

How many of us look at other people (the neighbor across the street, the co-worker, or the family member) and think they might be doing better than us, or that they are smarter than us, or they look better than us?

How many try to be someone that they are not? How many try to “fit in”…but “fit into” what? Trying to fit into some preconceived mold just doesn’t work.

You have to figure out exactly who you are, why you are, and what you are here to be.


What is normal? 

Who gets to say what is normal?

Have you ever been around people who are not normal?

The “type” of people who other people consider emotionally or physically “challenged.”

“Challenged” is the politically correct term, but we all know what we call them in our minds.   Just be honest. They are not normal to us.

But of course they are normal because they are themselves, and that makes them as normal as possible.

Most of these challenged people are more normal than those who think they are normal.

Most people who are “challenged” emotionally or socially get to say what is on their minds.

They don’t have to worry about what others think. They just say what’s on their minds, and sometimes the most profound things come out.

Those who we consider physically challenged typically have a better appreciation for themselves and others.  The blind see things that the sighted will never see, and the deaf hear more than the hearing.

The next time you try to “act” normal just realize that no one is “normal”.

Just Realize You Are Here To Be Yourself

…but…Who ARE you?

Are you in touch with your emotions  (Energy in Motion) and your feelings?  (You are not your emotions or feelings but you need to be able to get in touch with them to help you get pass them and find your core self)