“In one week American teenagers spend 31 hours watching TV, 17 hours listening to music, 3 hours watching movies, 4 hours reading magazines, 10…
If we keep feeding the beast of vanity, before we know it, we have insatiable appetite for perfection. No matter how thin your body is, tanned your skin is, or symmetrical your face is – that benchmark for perfection is a moving target.
You decide how you want to show up. You choose who you want to be in that moment. What values do you stand for, and when you witness a breach of those values do you take a stand or do you sit back?
Ignorance is not bliss. Do you choose to use the status-quo as your compass, or, your values, morals and better judgement?
If there is one thing I have learned, it is that just when you think you’ve got it all down pat, everything can change in an instant. All you can really do is dust yourself off when you fall, and navigate your way the best you can until you’re back to good again.