10 Affirmations with Water Inspiration

  1. Like water, I am a force.
  2. Like water, I am unstoppable.
  3. Like water, I am flexible and fluid.
  4. Like water, I am persistent.
  5. Like water, I am patient.
  6. Like water, I am calm.
  7. Like water, I radiate peaceful energy.
  8. Like water, I am eternal.
  9. Like water, I am full of abundance.
  10. Like water, energy flows through me.
  11. Like water, energy flows within my soul.
  12. Like water, I let the negativity float past without reacting.
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12 Animal Farm Quotes that Will Open Your Eyes

In 1945, Animal Farm by George Orwell was released into the world. This novella tells the story of farm creatures overthrowing their harsh human owner, only to see themselves become no better in the end. It animates the events of the Russian Revolution. Here are the top 12 quotes from this thought provoking book:

1 – “Man is the only creature that consumes without producing.” (Old Major, Chapter 1)

Are we more than exploiting the earth and animals? Or are we destined to radiate greed until our species comes to an end?

2 – “I do not know when that Rebellion will come, it might be in a week or in a hundred years, but I know, as surely as I see this straw beneath my feet, that sooner or later justice will be done.” (Old Major, Chapter 1)

Old Major’s words of wisdom. He dies with hope of revolution and freedom for the future of his kind.

3 – “Weak or strong, clever or simple, we are all brothers.” (Old Major, Chapter 1)

All different, and all connected. We have to stick together.


4 – “Rings shall vanish from our noses, And the harness from our back, Bit and spur shall rust forever, Cruel whips no more shall crack.” (A Piece from Beasts of England, Chapter 1)

Dreaming of freedom in songs and chants. Songs send sparks of revolution into the hearts of all the creatures.

5 – “…those ribbons that you are so devoted to are the badge of slavery. Can you not understand that liberty is worth more than ribbons?” (Snowball, Chapter 2)

Lesson: Do not let glamour distract from the ultimate goal. Do not let the luxuries blind the fact of slavery.

6 – “All the animals capered with joy when they saw the whips going up in flames.” (Narrator, Chapter 2)

Slaves, no more! Celebrating with smoke and flames…

7 – “The 7th Commandment: All animals are equal” (Chapter 2)

No one is above anyone else. We are all in this together.

8 – “…the others had to be content with this cryptic answer.” (Narrator, Chapter 3)

Are they trying to deceive us? Never take answers for their face value. There’s always something else going on behind closed doors…

9 – “…the animals worked like slaves. But they were happy in their work…” (Narrator, Chapter 6)

If the work has meaning, it’s not really work, is it? Who are we working for?

10 – “…they had come to a time when no one dared speak his mind, when fiercer, growling dogs roamed everywhere, and when you had to watch your comrades torn to pieces after confessing to shocking crimes.” (Narrator, Chapter 7)

Living under the gun…we are free to speak…but are we, truly?

11 – “Their lives now, they reasoned, were hungry and laborious; was it not right and just that a better world should exist somewhere else?” (Narrator, Chapter 9)

There must be more to life than lives of labor and suffering, right? Is there more to life than work, sweat, blood, and tears? Does a better world exist?

12 – “The creatures outside looked from pig to man, and from man to pig, and from pig to man again; but already it was impossible to say which was which.” (Narrator, Chapter 10)

The greedy, power hungry, and selfish – they are all the same.

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12 Reasons You Should Smile Right Now

No matter what is happening in your day as of now, take a minute to smile. Smiling has the power to completely turn your entire day around. I know it sounds cheesy, believe me, but it’s worth it to be a bit cheesy for a few seconds if it means making your day better. If you need some motivation, here’s a list of 12 reasons to smile right now:

1 – You are alive, your heart is beating.

The beating heart is a seemingly simple physiological mechanism. (Try saying that 3 times fast.) However, it’s what keeps us all going. And unfortunately, hearts stop beating everyday. So be grateful that your motor is still moving as it should.

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2 – The Sun is up there in the sky.

The universe is a vast space of expanding matter. Think about our bright Sun up in the sky – it’s power, it’s energy, it’s ability to help sustain all of our lives down here on Earth. Appreciate the amazing Sun up there, feel it’s heat and see it’s power. Smile.


3 – Today is a new day, a chance to start fresh. 

Whatever happened yesterday, today can be different. You have the power to make today better and more productive than the previous.

4 – Tomorrow will be another new day, with another chance for a new beginning. 

Has today been sucky? Has everything in the book gone wrong? Guess what, tomorrow doesn’t have to be as poor. Hang in there and smile with the promise of another day ahead.

5 – You are on Earth, the most vibrant, flourishing with life planet in the galaxy. 

That could have probably been worded more smoothly, but you see the point. Of all the planets in the universe, we are lucky enough to live on the one with the most life (that we know of). We are here because this amazing planet has the capacity to support our human lives. We owe the Earth for allowing us to live.

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6 – For no reason at all.

Psychologically, smiling can actually improve your mood. Even without a reason. Behavior affects the mood in this case. So take a bathroom break and smile in the mirror.

7 – Your past hardships are over. 

Though new challenges present themselves everyday, it helps to take a moment to remember all the battles of the past and how you pushed through. Smile at your persistence and hardiness through the wars of the past.

8 – Your story is yours alone.

Feel genuinely proud that your story is the only story of its kind. No one’s autobiography will mimic your own. Own the fact that you are unique and one of a kind.

9 – You live in the modern world. 

Modern society has its flaws and its own issues, but we can all take a look at the previous centuries and see how lucky we are to live in the present. Medical advances, technological improvements, and overall quality of life have all contributed to generally happier lives. There are pros and cons with progression, but for the most part we are living in a cleaner, healthier world with more opportunities than our ancestors were given.

10 – A smile will make others smile.

One huge cheesy grin on your face has the radiant effect to spread and make someone else smile. So if you can’t find the power to smile for yourself, muster up the strength to cheer someone else up with a smile.

11 – The world is still spinning. 

Here’s another big picture perspective tip – think about your problems in terms of the spinning Earth. All the issues, mistakes, and battles in the world won’t prevent the Earth from rotating. Smile at the rotating Earth, and that no matter how much damage we cause on the surface, it still persists to spin through space.

12 – Life goes on. 

Sometimes life just really sucks. There’s no getting around it most of the time. We win, we lose, we fall, we bleed, and we cry. No matter what, life goes on. Always, life will go on. It’s a promise. And that’s a promise that we can all smile for.

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Thank you for reading this post. Go out and smile, and make some other people smile. You deserve it.

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12 Life Mistakes We All Make

Life isn’t easy and we all fall short in various ways in being who we’ve always wanted to be. Our lives will never be picture perfect scenes of joy, happiness, and a lack of issues. That’s just not the way the universe works for anyone in reality. Even though perfection should never be the goal, there are several simple mistakes that we make everyday that we can all change in order to live a better life:

1 – We assume we are all alone in our battles/struggles.

One of the most damaging thoughts to our personal wellness is the false belief that we are alone, that we are the only person on the planet with that particular issue. When we open up and share what’s going on, we find that others, maybe even those close by, are struggling, too.

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2 – We forget to enjoy the simple things in life.

It’s so simple, yet so difficult at times. Slow down, smell the flowers, notice the tiny details of life that often are overlooked and ignored. Be conscious about those beautiful moments like laughing with a friend, watching a child have fun, a bird bathing in a puddle, or a pet cuddling up next to your side.

3 – We neglect to be grateful.

Life isn’t perfect and at times it can be frustrating. However, most of us have decent lives that are far better and more free than the masses in other areas of the world. Always be grateful.

4 – We place money high on the list of importance.

Money helps, and yes, it’s necessary for this modern society. But it should never become the goal of life itself. Worrying too much about money will take precious time from other, more important aspects of life.

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5 – We get stuck in our daily routines.

Pretty soon with work, school, etc., we become robots living on auto-pilot. This makes life go by ten times faster, so it’s crucial to change things up from time to time. Try new hobbies, go to new places, and make new friends.

6 – We don’t treat ourselves kindly.

The harshest critics tend to be our own selves. You are important and deserve kindness, just like everyone else.

7 – We don’t make time for fun.

Fun isn’t just for children. Everyone needs a burst of fun everyday. It doesn’t have to be a huge event to satisfy your soul. Set aside 10 minutes for “fun” whether it’s watching a funny movie or playing a game.

8 – We can’t “see the forest for the trees.”

This is a common quote, but it’s the truth. We forget the purpose of life, the big picture, as we get caught up in the stress of everyday life. Don’t forget what matters most.

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9 – We fail to listen.

We fail to listen to others, our friends, the planet, and ourselves. Pay attention to what’s going on, ask questions, and observe.

10 – We don’t smile enough.

Jobs and school are mostly mundane affairs in which we feel we must complete each day, but it never hurts to sneak a smile into the boring days. Smile at anything that catches your eye. Smile for no reason at all.

11 – We care too much what others think.

No one in the universe is loved by all and free of judgement. We can’t control any thoughts going through a coworker or acquaintance’s mind. So simply, be yourself.

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12 – We fear.

We are afraid of everything – the unknown, the lack of plans, changes, not enough changes, etc. Life will happen in its own way whether we worry about it or not. Fear only holds us back.

Thanks for reading this post. Do you find yourself making any of these 12 mistakes in life? Have a great day 🙂 Be yourself, smile, and don’t fear a thing.


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12 Factors that Do Not Define Your Worth

There’s a lot of misleading information out there today that leads us to feel that our lives are meaningless. It’s difficult to know how truly valuable you are when negative messages surround us. Regardless of what the media, social media, celebrities, magazines, or any other form of advertising say, here are 12 things that absolutely do NOT define your worth as a person:

1 – Your income.

Everyone is always out for more money and a higher paying job. Even centuries ago, throughout different methods of currency, humans have made the mistake of associating wealth with self worth. That’s basically reducing people to the minuscule value of a tiny rock of copper. Let’s understand that we are so much more than a dollar bill. Income might be a factor when you pay bills, but it does not, in any way, make you more or less of a valuable person.

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2 – Your weight.

Weight loss is discussed everyday, on every channel, in every advertisement. It’s so much of an obsession that we as a country are daily doing the exact opposite of losing weight. It’s because “weight” and “self-worth” have become nearly interchangeable. Let’s be more than a number on a scale. Yes, go for some walks and work on health, but know how amazing you are while you are doing it. You have value, no matter the number of pounds or kilograms.

3 – Your social status.

We are often sent the message that without dozens of friends surrounding us day and night, we aren’t worth people. The truth is, some people like having a lot of friends constantly hanging around – and some do not. Some are fine with one close friend while others need more contact. Some people live in areas where making friends is difficult and others have little desire to meet anyone new. Whatever your style is, it’s perfectly fine. Be you, because that makes you valuable – not striving to meet an expectation sold by TV commercials.

4 – The number of followers you have on social media.

This might be an issue for younger generations, but the number of followers one has, has become synonymous with “worth.” “I’ll be a worthy human when I hit 10K followers.” Again, let’s understand that we are more than a number.

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5 – The number of likes you get on each picture you post.

I’ve felt before that a picture I posted of myself was ugly or annoying just because it didn’t get very many “likes” on social media. I then started to question the way I look, what my caption was, etc. I worried about it for days. I know we all do this. It’s not okay. “Likes” shouldn’t be used as validation of self worth. Do not be harsh on yourself or think less of who you are because you fail to receive a hundred “likes” on social media.

6 – The clothes you wear.

Be comfortable, wear what you like, or follow fashion if it interests you – but never let your worth come from something material. Fashion can be a hobby and. for most, clothes shopping is enjoyable. But the clothes you wear do not define the worth you were born with.

7 – Your mental health.

We live in a world that cultivates mental issues. The majority of the population suffers from depression, anxiety, or other debilitating problems. We are set up to have these issues while being told at the same time that it’s shameful to have these disparities. Take care of yourself and pay attention to your mental state, but never let it define you or shame you. We all have issues, we are NOT our issues. You have value, regardless of if you suffer from some sort of mental illness. You are human, you have value, and you have worth.

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8 – Your physical health.

Another issue with our society is that it tells us we must be pictures of perfect health, while leading us to constantly partake in unhealthy activities – overworking, rushing, stressing, never resting, etc. Most physical ailments aren’t our fault, anyway. Work on health, yes, but do not define your value by it. Having diabetes, a stomach virus, or high blood pressure doesn’t make you any less of a worth person.

9 – Your mistakes.

Your mistakes do not define you. We all screw up, constantly. Everyday is likely to have a few mistakes in it. That’s life, that’s being human. Learn from mistakes, and never let them bring you down. Mistakes are proof that you aren’t sheltered up in a bedroom all day. Step out, try new things, mess up a lot, and live your life. You are NOT your mistakes. You are more than that.

10 – Your career.

This goes along with income and social status, but many people define themselves by their career alone and forget that there is a world outside of work. If you love what you do for a living, that’s great. Just don’t define who you are by something that could be taken away one day. Find a job you love, but remember that you have value outside of work.

11 – The things you own.

Similar to income, we place a lot of self-worth in what car we drive, how clean our home is, and what iPhone we’re going to buy. Things are only things and they won’t last forever, no matter how much money we spend on them. Self worth and value do last forever, so don’t put your value on material items.

12 – What others think about you.

There’s a reason it’s called SELF-worth and SELF-value, SELF-esteem, etc. Others will think what they will, and we have no control over it. Don’t place your value in someone else’s hands. You are worthy. There will always be negative people in the worth. Know that your value is way more than the thoughts of others.

Thanks for reading this post. I hope you have a great day. Remember that you will eternally have value and worth.

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This is Why Kids are Smarter than Adults

Kids are less educated, less developed, and less experienced than adults. Yet, they are far more intelligent. Here are 12 reasons why:

1 – Children have no concept or concern of money.

Money is all we worry about as we grow up – we want more, we never have enough, we think we deserve more, etc. Kids don’t really even understand money, and for that, they don’t obsess over getting more of it. They don’t feel anxious and stressed when their wallets aren’t full of cash. They don’t even care that they don’t have a wallet at all.

2 – Kids don’t worry about the future.

Children know how to live in the moment. Right now is all that matters to them. They’re not thinking about work tomorrow, next year’s income, or if they’ll amount to anything one day. All they care about is this moment.

3 – Children are quick to forgive others. 

Kids don’t stay mad at each other for very long. They get over arguments pretty quickly and go back to playing. No grudges, just forgiveness. It’s all good and “let’s get back to playing tag.”

4 – Kids have no concept hate or racism. 

Babies are born without a concept of “others are less than us.” They don’t care if you’re black, white, Hispanic, Irish, Italian, or any other nationality. Take care of them and they’ll love you, regardless of race.

5 – No regrets live in the heart of a child.

When a kid strikes out in t-ball, he jogs back to the dugout and immediately forgets as he drinks his juice. As adults, when we strike out, it’s game over. We feel frustrated with ourselves, think about it all night, and carry the failure over to the next opportunity. We should try to be like children – move on, no regrets. Just let it go.

6 – Children are intuitive. They pay attention even when you aren’t aware of their presence.

As we grow up, we tend to talk more and listen less. Be like a child and listen to everything, observe what’s going on around you.

7 – Kids are hopeful and generally positive.

To a child, dreams aren’t dreams – they are potential realities of the future. Kids aren’t afraid to look to the stars and dream of achieving greatness. Why do we lose that optimism as we grow up?

8 – Everyone is a potential friend to the mind of a child.

Kids can become best friends in less than five minutes. Whereas adults build walls against each other, make judgements on first sight, and avoid interaction at all costs. Making a friend shouldn’t be as difficult as it is for us, perhaps we should take lessons from children.

9 – For the most part, kids only want simple things to satisfy basic needs.

Properly fed, safe, well rested, and loved – if a kid has all of those things, she is likely content. Only as we age do we start to care more about material, unnecessary items.

10 – Kids have great curiosity and are always open to exploration.

Learning and asking questions, always on the lookout for new information – the world is a giant library to a child’s mind. At some point, we lose the desire to learn and explore.

11 – Fun is rule number one.

Fun comes first. Food, sleep, work, chores – nothing gets in the way of having a good time. As adults, we have to be a bit more responsible at times, but we tend to cut out fun all together.

12 – Love from a child is always genuine.

When a child loves you, you can always be assured that she means it. Without yet having developed the ability to manipulate or lie, love is always pure and meaningful.

Thank you for reading this post. Let’s all strive to be more childlike in these 12 ways. Have fun, be curious, love genuinely, only want what you need, see a friend in all, dream big, never regret, use intuition, forgive fast, no hate, and never obsess about money and the future. Thanks again, and have a great day. 🙂

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4 Reasons to Be Like the Sun

What is life without the sun? Life would not exist if earth weren’t perfectly placed in the sun’s glorious rays. The sun is life, and also a role model. Be like the sun.

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1 – The Sun is Bright:

Be bright. Be a shining ball of light in a universe of endless black. Shine and stand out. Give light to those around. Spread the warmth in a cold society.

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2 – The Sun is Powerful.

Be powerful because you can be. This is something we often forget. We are tiny specks in the universe, but so is the mighty sun we travel around each year. We can be as powerful as the sun.

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3 – The Sun is Consistent.

The sun has been the same throughout human history. Slight fluctuations come with eons, but mostly our sun has been the only consistent factor in our lives. Be consistent. Be reliable. Keep your word. Be true to others and yourself. 

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4 – The Sun Rises and the Sun Rests.

We are human. Even the powerful sun must rise each morning and rest each night. So we must also rise for each day and rest once the day is done.

We rise and we fall, constantly. It’s normal. We must rest and when the time comes, we must rise up.

Learn from the sun. Be like the sun. Thanks for reading this post. You are as bright and powerful as the sun. Go outside today and look up at that masterpiece and know that you are just as magnificent.

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12 Perks to Failing at Life

Falling and failing suck. It’s not always fun to make mistakes and screw up. However, it’s not always a bad thing either. Here are 12 good things about falling:

1 – It gives you a change to regroup.

Sometimes we need a slap in the face as a reminder to slow down and reevaluate our lives.

2 – You will learn about life.

The way we learn things is by sucking at them first. Everyone is a beginner at some point, so learn, screw up, and then learn some more.

3 – You will learn about yourself.

You’ll never know just what you’re capable of if you don’t go out and make some mistakes. It’ll show you what you’re made of and how persistent you can be.

4 – It adds to your own personal story.

Your story is yours alone. Keep writing those pages and falling only adds more material to your everlasting novel of life.

5 – It gives you the chance to rise up.

Just like the sun above, we rise each day and fall each night. We aren’t made to stay on top or to stay at the bottom. We rise, we fall, we rise again, and we fall again. Without the falling, the rising wouldn’t be so beautiful. Don’t fret if you’ve fallen because your moment of rising is coming soon.

6 – It might connect you with others.

One of the best ways we can connect as humans is to share our failures and shortcomings with each other. If you’ve screwed up recently, reach out and talk to others facing the same issues. You will find the strongest bonds when connecting through failures.

7 – It might give you a laugh one day.

Here’s a fairly recent crash of mine that might make you laugh:

8 – You will heal and be stronger for it.

What doesn’t kill you makes you stronger – it’s the age old saying and it has persisted for a reason – it’s legit. When your brain and body are injured, they heal and come back more sturdy and resilient.

9 – You’ll discover what NOT to do.

If something doesn’t work out, let it be a lesson of what not to do the next time you are in a similar situation.

10 – You can use it to help others.

Not only can you learn what not to do by falling, but you can also share your experience to help others avoid making similar mistakes.

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11 – It reminds you that you are human and keeps you humble.

No one is perfect and we are often sold the false images of perfect people. Falling reminds us that we are human and we are designed to rise and fall, over and over again. If perfection is the goal then you will never succeed or be happy. Stay humble, and don’t be hard on yourself for falling because that’s exactly what you are supposed to do.

12 – It’s proof that you are living and trying.

A person who never makes mistakes probably never leaves the house or experiences the world. Life is full of screwups and beautiful disasters. With some painful falls here and there, it will lead you to more fully enjoy the good moments and successes even more.

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12 Important Reminders for Everyday of Life

Thank you for being alive today and living life. No matter who you are and what you are facing in your personal life right now, there are 12 things you need to remember:

1 – You are good enough

Nothing else matters. You are doing all that you can and that is plenty. Be proud, relax, and do your thing.

2 – You have value

Value is innate and you were born with it. You do not have to earn or prove your value.

3 – You have worth

You are a priceless human soul and you deserve to be treated with kindness regardless of status, occupation, appearances, etc. You are a person living in this world and that alone makes you worthy. 

4 – You deserve love

Love and acceptance are another gift that all humans deserve. You are a beautiful soul who requires and deserves love.

5 – You deserve happiness

Happiness is a concept of the mind we tend to deny ourselves for various reasons – whether it’s education, financial stress, guilt, relationship issues, etc. The first step in finding happiness is knowing that you deserve to find it. We all have issues, it’s only natural. That doesn’t mean we shouldn’t be able to be happy on top of it all.

6 – You are capable

Whatever you happen to be battling in this life, you are capable of overcoming anything that comes your way.

7 – You’ll be fine

Life can throw trying challenges at each of us, and at times everything can become overwhelming. Take a deep breath and know that with time, you’ll be fine. You’ll be okay.  All storms run their course and then fizzle out. Stay strong, and hang on.

8 – You can do it 🙂

Be confident, always, because no matter the scenario, you are strong enough to make it through. You are a wonderful, powerful soul.

9 – You’re only human

You are a person and shouldn’t hold yourself to superhuman standards or unrealistic expectations. Remember that you’re only human and you have limits, boundaries, and needs just like everyone else.

10 – It’s okay and necessary to rest

Rest is often seen as “lazy” or “weak.” Rest is neither of those things, it’s absolutely necessary for sanity and health. If you are feeling overwhelmed, try taking some time off for yourself to rest and recuperate. Put work and chores to the side for just a moment and allow yourself to relax.

11 – Crying is okay

Shedding tears is another action that’s frowned upon and mistaken as being a weakness. Taking a minute to release tears is often very relieving. It can make you feel better afterward. Don’t hold back, let it all out and release the pain.

12 – Your future belongs to you alone

Everyday we see and hear myths about who we are supposed to be, what we’re supposed to look like, and how we should be living. Remember that your future belongs to you and never let anyone, especially ads and the media, tell you what your life has to look like. Create your own life. Be yourself.

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This is What Tony Hawk Video Games Taught Me About Life

Tony Hawk’s Pro Skater was one of my first video games for my Nintendo 64 back in the early 2000s. The game let the player be the skater. The games kept coming, each new version with a bit more features than the last and with original storylines of “making it” as a legit professional skateboarder.

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There is one major life lesson I learned by playing all of these Tony Hawk skating video games:

When you don’t know what you’re doing, you just have to jump into the air and try different things until you figure something out.

Literally, this was my method for every game until I figured out what each button did separately. But in all seriousness, this is good life advice.

Most of us have no clue what we’re doing – in careers, relationships, or life in general. Many make the mistake of trying to “fake it” and pretend to know what’s going on and others are too afraid to ever step outside of their normal bubble.

Instead, how about trying to live life like a Tony Hawk Pro Skater game? Go out and screw things up, try something new and completely suck at it, or attempt everything in sight until an activity clicks with your soul.

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The more you go up in the air and experiment with buttons, the more you’ll learn and grow as a person. Or in life terms – the more leaps of faith you take, the more your skills and experiences will augment your soul.

You’ll never know what your true passion is until you experiment with all kinds of pursuits. In the end, there’s going to be that one or those few moves in life that just feel so perfect. Those moments when you think to yourself, “This is exactly what I’m supposed to be doing.”

That’s what Tony Hawk’s Pro Skater taught me – try out everything and eventually something is going to make sense.

On a musical note, THPS also accustomed me to a lot of old punk music. I still love punk music, twenty years after this video game. Thanks, THPS.

Thanks for reading this post. I hope you go out and press all the buttons there are to be pushed on your heart – because then, maybe you’ll find where you’re supposed to be.

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