Deepest Thoughts

real talk… 

its all about
expanding perception
raising our level of awareness
raising our level of consciousness
changing the way we live and love
love like it’s the only thing you know
at the end of the day
all this means nothing
this page
where you’re sitting
your degree
your job
your house
your car
all the money in the world
none of it matters
except love and human connection
relationships you have with people
who you love
and how deeply you love them
how you touch the lives of people around you
and how much you enriched their lives
family, friends, strangers,
quality of connection
connection is why we’re all here
it’s how we’re wired
it’s what gives purpose and meaning to our lives

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The Butterfly Effect Theory

do you believe?

The Butterfly Effect theory

How little things do mean a lot in the longrun…Small causes may have large effects.

The scientific theory that a single occurrence, no matter how small, can change the course of the universe forever. Like…….we exist because an asteroid deviated an inch from it’s orbit 4.5 billion years ago…..what if that asteroid never hit earth and killed all the dinosaurs? Humans may have never existed…..thats deep!

The theory that even the smallest step one takes in his/her life can change the course of said life immensely.

Theory that everything matters, no matter how small/insignificant it may seem. If you change even the smallest of life’s details, you completely change its outcome.

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Are your 20’s the best years of your life?

real talk right here…

Do you know why everyone says the 20s are the best years?

Because most people stop living after they turn 30. And many stop living even while they’re in their mid-20s. Many people graduate college with degrees they didn’t really want. They just got the degree their parents wanted them to get, or the degree they thought they should get in order to find a stable job, or the degree that was easiest to tolerate for four years.

Many people leave college and settle into a job they don’t really enjoy. They pick up the first “good job” that presents itself, get comfortable, and decide to start working their way up the ladder there. Many people begin living life beyond their means as soon as the opportunity presents itself. They don’t save money, they spend money. They pick up an expensive car payment. They blow it on bar tabs and once a year trips somewhere so they can forget about the other 51 weeks they spend doing something they don’t really enjoy.

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