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Back to our current programming 🙂
Have you ever felt like when something happens in your life and it’s just “too much” to handle that everything around you seems to come to a massive halt?
I know the feeling. I made a joke the other day that I was a walking talking pain-body and I was surprised that I even managed to get through the past few weeks the way I did without completely losing it.
If there is one thing that I FOR SURE know, it is this. Pain and progress can coexist. Now I’m not saying that you should go ahead and bulldoze over your emotions or whatever is going on in your life.
I’m inviting you to consider that YOU are stronger than your pain. And no matter how hard or difficult of a situation you may be in, that you do have the capacity to handle it.
After all, our life didn’t just happen. Our thoughts created it. Our beliefs created it. Our actions created it. So if that is truly the case, we have the power to change it.
Part of how I deal with my pain is to keep progressing in my life no matter what. So ya’ll know how much I love spreading my message so I reached out to Val Santos, a radio personality over at The Beat ATX (102.3) and pitched her an idea to collaborate on.
I present: Vas + Val: The High Road.
The best way for me to share what I learned about myself during my two month India was beautifully said by the late rapper Notorious B.I.G. in an interview that he did back in 1996:
The key to staying on top of things
Is treat everything like it’s your first project, nomsayin’
Like it’s your first day like back when you was an intern
Like, that’s how you try to treat things like
Just stay hungry
Hungry I was. Hungry I am. Hungry i will forever be. My appetite for life and for LIVING is insatiable and I’m done denying myself.
Maybe you have a project idea and need some inspiration. Writing a book? Painting? Singing? Starting a business? Or, like me, getting to know yourself again?
If you’re a seeker, this is especially for you.
Follow your hunger. It will eventually lead you to fullness. (click to tweet)
Thank you India.
Thank you B.I.G.
What are YOU hungry for? Let me know in the comments below. Can’t wait to hear 🙂
P.S. I have been working on something behind the scenes during my time in India. Be sure to sign up below to be the first to know when I share it. Hint: I’ve taken everything that I have learned plus a lot of wisdom from my ancestors to create my latest.
P.S. The interview Biggie did is from “My 1st Song” off of Jay-Z’s Black Album. Best ever. Listen here