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It’s when you move, that life actually happens.

Stagnation is a myth – if you’re not growing, you’re essentially dying

It’s either forward motion, or going backwards.

It’s progress or regress

It’s being respondent or despondent

If you don’t use your body, it begins to deteriorate.

If you don’t challenge your intellect, it begins to fade.

If you don’t test your will, it weakens

If you don’t cultivate your spirit, it’s slowly becomes corrupted

This forward motion, the realizing of potential is what essentially keeps you alive.

But it’s not just about keeping you alive, it’s about living.

It’s about generating energy, that heat that will keep your flame burning.

Without that, whatever light you have inside, will slowly begin to dim.

It’s in the reaching for, 

in the discomfort, 

in the struggle and in the movement where life actually happens

A life without possibility, without potential, and without movement

Is no life at all.


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