When we grow up, your elders and teachers instill in you the ways of the world. We’re supposed to learn the rules of engagement in the game of life to thrive. That is society’s blueprint. When I grew up on the streets of NYC I saw a different path, one that was not theirs, but my own. The road less travelled is hard and lonely but it connect you back to the fundamentals. When you see crowds of millions around you in NYC rising before the sun, going to work in the subway, for other people who control the rules of society you begin to see the game they’ve set up for most of us. It is a mouse trap. Our best life is to live our life inside the world we see and imagine. Our mind is a furnace for change because we can sculpt change by what we choose to do. This is how real sculpting is performed.
A starfish goes abroad to sculpt the message
About the Author: Jack Kruse
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