Being All You Can Be

Voltaire’s ideas about being optimistic and virtuous have a ring of truth.

What is your truth?

Who are these people:  M. K. Gandhi, Dalai Lama, and David Suzuki?

Who do you look up to and want to emulate?

Why is there war, poverty, disease, pornography, corruption, famine, and despots?

What is your passion?

What is your purpose?

What brings meaning to your life?

Why are truth and beauty important to you?

Is there something missing in your life?

What is the best challenge in your life?

How important is experience, change and growth in your life?

To question your being is to challenge your belief in who you are and where you are going.

To get too serious with yourself is just over doing it.

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