A thousand different desires speak from thousand different mouths.
We were born with unique desires, destinies inscribe into us at birth.
To achieve our highest potential we only need to follow that voice inside. But we soon find out that our deepest desires call us to the highest mountains, and often abandoning the climb is easier than making it.
When we fail to meet a desire do we suppress it or do we find a way to meet it? We try again and again, and we fail. Every time we fail we get another bruise. When others see us fail we feel embarrassed, we feel like failures.
Learning is slow and painful but we are determined!
After every fall we get up. We brush off our knees and keep going! With experience, we all learn to meet our desire for freedom.
But what if we give up and suppress our desire instead?
We use our lies to create a world in which suppressing our desire is justified. With every lie, we tell we move further away from our destiny.
The peak of the mountain gets taller and we get smaller. We let the fear and pain of failing the climb prevent us from learning how to do it.
We let shame and embarrassment prevent us from trying. We learn to resent those who can climb, and we lie about them too.
We get rid of fear, pain, shame, and judgment but only at the cost of pleasure. When we follow our desires we learn painfully, we fall and break limbs, we fail, we get laughed at.
We fear that the mountain we climb today will be our last, but we never run from ourselves.
Every day we pick a peak to climb and learn how to get to the top. We pick peaks that are too high, and we realize we have to start on smaller ones.
We try different paths to reach the peak. When others laugh at us, we laugh with them. On dangerous cliffs, the ones that really matter, we pick our partners carefully.
We pick friends that pull us up, hand in hand, and not ones that pull us down by our boots. And our desires keep growing.
The mountains get bigger and so does the potential for danger, pain, pleasure, and knowledge.
We gain useful knowledge that we can give to others. We can empower others to reach their own destiny.
By becoming strong ourselves, we become the type of person who can make others strong.
To achieve our highest potential, we climb the mountain of our desires. Not the shallow desires that change from day to day, but the stuff that’s written in our DNA.
The desires that sit inside of us as children call to us. Our highest desires lead us to our highest selves. We face danger and feel great pain on the way up.
We sometimes feel lonely and abandoned. People try to prevent us from climbing any higher.
They point to other peaks, the ones they would like us to climb, but only we know the way to ourselves – so we bravely continue.
We learn wisely by taking careful steps and experimenting with new paths – there are many ways to reach the peak, but each step up the mountain feels good and gives us a more beautiful view.
We turn knowledge into power and use it to climb up to the summit of ourselves.
And if life is nothing but a mountain climb, we find joy in the climb, and there is nothing more beautiful than the view from the peak.
“It’s not about achieving the goal itself that matters, but who you become in the process to achieve it”
To Live, To Love, To Learn, To Leave a Legacy!
You can choose self-doubt or self-belief.
When we believe in ourselves, we show up differently in this world.