This video is a real treat (well, it was for us) – it is a chance to accompany an extraordinary man on his unique journey and learn from him surprising things that make you think and be inspired loooong after you are done with watching the video. (For us – it´s been a week since we watched him talk, but his words still appear in our minds and conversations. Every single day. And- for good.)
John Francis has walked great distances by foot. He has avoided talking for a very long time (and there is a great reason and benefit from it!). He has taught his students in an unusual way. His journey and way of life have taken him through powerful transformation. Now he shares his brave insights about different things, including – what it means to be a prisoner in own heart.
Can we edit our lives, especially, our stuff so we get more space, more energy, more time and more freedom to do what really makes us happy? At the end – it´s not about the stuff, but about doing what we love, being who we are and having a positive impact on what´s around us… Something from this video can be useful to each one of us.
Friends, it´s a new week and it asks for something positive. We think that this song “If You Want to Sing Out, Sing Out” by Cat Stevens (now Yusuf Islam) is exactly that – freeing, positive, and also – has a deep meaning.
We are big fans of this song and play it at our home quite often. In fact – there have been days when we needed to focus on what was important for us while making big decisions for our life, and then we had this song on “repeat”. It went on and on for couple of hours… Yes, now you know it – we are that weird.
Caroline Casey has had an incredible journey herself to discover what is real freedom and what is the power of vision and belief. She reveals her own story which can make anyone of us reconsider what we accept as limitations for our own lives. This is an absolutely inspiring talk.
Ancient greek philosopher Epicurus (341-240 BC) explained what are the 3 valuable keys to happiness – they are as important these days as they were during his lifetime.
He also described one serious danger for our chance to be happy – advertising. He did it more than two thousand years ago… Continue reading