It’s Sensei Hoover’s birthday — and being the kind of guy he is, his idea of celebrating is working on becoming a better person and helping others do the same. He and Steve Mittman are joined once again by Frank Grigoli. They all share thoughts on ways we can fix some of the problems in the world today. Hear the following and more:
The paraphrased version of a statement Mother Teresa made — “I was once asked why I don't participate in anti-war demonstrations. I said that I will never do that, but as soon as you have a pro-peace rally, I'll be there.”
Being selfish is a good thing; No matter what you’re talking about — money, love, compassion, respect, or ANYTHING else — one needs to be selfish and acquire it for themselves in order to give it to others; You can’t give what you don’t have
A little cold water on your face can set the tone for your entire day
Perseverance is a guard against helplessness and self-pity
A dark room can be lit with just one match
What’s your answer as far as making the world a better place? What kind of things are you currently doing to improve the world? Do you have a routine or method to “Attack Life”? Comment below — or reach out and let us know privately with the Form on the right.
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