“In my more awakened moments, I try to remember that everything that comes my way is potentially my teacher. Everything is an opportunity to go against my tired habits and practice something new.”
– Josh Radnor
I came across this video of a dog crowding a cat in the backseat of a car. I found it fascinating to watch how the cat didn’t lose her composure. She didn’t get riled up with the dog jumping all over her, instead, she leaned into it, and let the dog do his thing, yet she held her ground. Take a look:
I thought the video was a great metaphor for how to deal with the bumps along the road of life. It got me thinking about how everything we experience, whether we perceive it as “good” or “bad,” helps us move towards a fuller understanding of ourselves, and with that understanding comes a greater sense of inner peace.
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When we are confronted with unwanted situations, we have the opportunity to practice being the best version of ourselves – we can choose to stay centered, to reach for a better thought, to remain unaffected by others’ opinions, beliefs and actions. We can use those situations as opportunities to lead by example – to show others that when you focus on being the best version of yourself, your surroundings, no matter how adverse, lose their power to affect you.
“Life’s challenges are not supposed to paralyze you, they’re supposed to help you discover who you are.”
– Bernice Johnson Reagon
Here’s a great short video of Josh Radnor, sharing his thoughts on how we can remake the world by helping each other, one thought at a time. Take a look:
If you liked Josh’s message, and you have sixteen and a half minutes, I highly recommend watching the long version of his lesson of what being famous has taught him. Here it is:
Thank you, thank you, thank you!
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4 thoughts on “Remake The World”
Thanks Monika. Yes, I went and read your post and the comments. I like the story about the man with the horse! 🙂
totally agree, in my post “filthy or not”, in the comments I wrote a story which perfectly matches the attitude of that cat:)