Challenging Humanity To Change [Borrowing Heavily From Kipling’s “If”]

Stay calm and own your state of mind, in all your love and wars: do no harm.

Keep faith in yourself, when everyone doubts you, but examine their doubts of you too.

Practice, the way, everyday, like it is more important than life itself.

Be transparent and honest, don’t become a liar.

Be loving and kind, don’t dwell on hatred.

Yet, don’t always show the proper use of impression or the wisdom of the ages…

Visualize the way but don’t become obsessed or impulsive about it.

Reason to set goals but don’t loose your ability to empathize.

Remember success and failure is a scam, behave like a student in both transactions.

Watch the truth you have written become misquoted by academics to persuade society to misbehave.

See life intrude with up and downs, yet use your practice to restore health within you.

Sometimes, it is wise to forgo a public record, the practice reminds you to practice not to preach for the wrong reasons.

Unify your mind and body, to be of service to your well being and others.

Be an actor on stage to show the crowd a good life but don’t loose yourself in the crowd.

Walk with powerful people but give power to those who treat others well.

Don’t let friends or family harm you.

Be compassionate to people but don’t forget to save some for yourself.

Use your time in a way that maintains a healthy sense of the past, present, and future.

Welcome to the human race: potency bribes the unbeliever, and hustle will help prod the straggler, and humility will help some avoid temptation.

What attracts us all to a better way of being?

Write it down, talk about it, practice it.

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