Alan Watts Says: “For if you know what you want, and will be content with it, you can be trusted. But if you do not know, your desires are limitless and no one can tell how to deal with you. Nothing satisfies an individual incapable of enjoyment.”
Skydiving isn’t daring. Taking up the challenge to live up to your full potential is daring. It’s truly daring because we must confront all our spoken and unspoken fears each leg of the journey.
So if you are prepared for such a daring adventure, you must ensure love is at the heart of every decision and every action, because it is love and love alone that drives out all fear. And fear is the only obstacle that will taunt you to give up, shrink back, and live small.
Lucky for us love is in huge supply. Love is in every DNA, it holds all good things together, it is the very essence of creation.
Live daringly. Love outrageously. Love yourself. Love your potential. Love your creativity. Love your friends and family. Love your colleagues. Love strangers. Love nature. Love your body.
Love it all. Anywhere you can, whatever you do, stir up love. It is the source of all power that lasts.
Go on, dare greatly, accept the challenge to overcome your fears and live up to your full potential. You can do it, and know this: All that is divine is on your side and cheering you onwards. – Mick Mooney
Alan Watts Says: “No amount of anxiety makes any difference to anything that is going to happen.”
Alan Watts Says: “We are seeing, then, that our experience is altogether momentary. From one point of view, each moment is so elusive and so brief that we cannot even think about it before it has gone. From another point of view, this moment is always here, since we know no other moment than the present moment. It is always dying, always becoming past more rapidly than imagination can conceive. Yet at the same time it is always being born, always new, emerging just as rapidly from that complete unknown we call the future. Thinking about it almost makes you breathless.”
The worst part of success is trying to find someone who is happy for you. – Bette Mildler
Alan Watts Says: “What we see as death, empty space, or nothingness is only the trough between the crests of this endlessly waving ocean. It is all part of the illusion that there should seem to be something to be gained in the future, and that there is an urgent necessity to go on and on until we get it. Yet just as there is no time but the present, and no one except the all-and-everything, there is never anything to be gained—though the zest of the game is to pretend that there is.”
It’s better to be unhappy alone than unhappy with someone – so far.
A good friend can tell you what is the matter with you in a minute. He may not seem such a good friend after telling.
Alan Watts Says: “There is no formula for generating the authentic warmth of love. It cannot be copied. You cannot talk yourself into it or rouse it by straining at the emotions or by dedicating yourself solemnly to the service of mankind. Everyone has love, but it can only come out when he is convinced of the impossibility and the frustration of trying to love himself. This conviction will not come through condemnations, through hating oneself, through calling self love bad names in the universe. It comes only in the awareness that one has no self to love.”