“Life on the edge can be called adventure for the risk-minded, and exploratory for the traveler. Adventure and travel are both a thrill to experience but are not for everyone. Risk is for people who are interested in living.”
The secret is to create and let go. Holding on to your creations is to never give them life of their own.
The easiest way to destroy your creation is to leave loose ends.
Anticipation of a great moment elevates that moment to its greatness. If you feel impatient for the great moment to happen, it will no longer be worthy of greatness.
We all know that playing with fire can hurt us yet we often risk playing with it and ignore the risk we are taking in hopes that new life will emerge after the burn.
The greater the risk the greater the reward. This is true not only with your financial investments but with your love relationships too. If you take no risk, you will never know love. If you take little risk you will know little love. If you risk it all, you will discover passion.
The moment you get clear about what you want, expect to not know again when you get there. That is when the fun begins.
Some like to think first before they speak at the risk of not speaking their truth at all. Others speak before they think at the risk of saying what’s better left unsaid. In both cases your words or lack of them will cost you unless you can balance the two.
Living for a cause is more difficult than dying for one but you still have to be willing to die for it.
To really dance to life you have to be willing to make a fool out of yourself.