Tuesday, June 12, 2012

The following statement will be quite familiar to those of you who know me well.  I often say, “the shortest distance between any two points is a straight line.”  This simple concept is really the main strategy behind my life.  I have a knack for being able to both visualize and clarify my goals, as well as being able to identify all the resources available to me in order to establish my current position in relation to them.  In my own lingo, I call this establishing my “Point A” and “Point B.”

I would have to say that on the grandest scale my “Point B” would be “the summit of that mountain called world peace.”  However, I will certainly be very satisfied to reach any point along the way, just as long as I have had the opportunity to serve humanity.

Dr. Albert Schweitzer, who said, “I do not know what your destiny will be, but one thing I know: the only ones among you who will be really happy are those who will have sought and found a way to serve.”  Personally, when I even attempt to be of service, it becomes a powerful tool that keeps me on my toes and boosts my energy.  As a result, I wake up every morning with so much eagerness to explore how I may help any person or group that crosses my path.  Having said the above, no matter who I come across in life I hope I will always be aware of my priorities and commitments that I have previously made.