Say No, Think Know
Updated: Jun 5, 2020
When you find yourself on the treadmill of life, finding the time to stop and reflect is elusive at best.
More often than not, it’s only the bone-crunching tackle that ‘Life’ blindsides us with that throws us into a lumpy, tangled mess and makes us STOP before taking a good hard look at and around ourselves.
Our physiological core – we have to exercise, stabilise, celebrate and show it off every now and then.
Our emotional core – arguably our most important and directive – requires consistency and commitment to ensure contribution.
Because only then, are we able to confidently and consistently enhance and enable those around us.
Our brains and our hearts comprise a core where all the things that complement, enhance function.
Looking after ourselves, so we complement our communities (blood and others) in our everyday disposition, actions, outputs and impacts is our role.
However, with all the tricks and traits of a modern, tech-savvy society we get distracted.
Repeatedly and Unashamedly.
So when are we going to stop swivelling from distraction to distraction and instead focus on genuine and organic human evolution?
We need to feed our brain the questions and information it craves…
Hasn’t it dined out on the sexual exploits of the likes of the Trash-dashians for long enough?
When are we going to face up to the vacuous, plastic-fantastic mediated realm we’ve adopted as our ideal over time and re-focus our daily intent towards growing our contributions to ourselves and our communities?
Sadly, we’re not. Not anytime soon.
However, imagine if we did…
Imagine just for one moment if we stood up collectively and said ‘No’ (while thinking ‘Know’).
How fabulous would THAT world – created in independent thinking and unique knowledge pods of life’s experiences – look, sound and feel…?
Genuine and Innovative is my guess.
I dare you to try it...
Let us know how you go.