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Pain As Motivation To Move

I ask myself today – How come I don’t get angry with myself for not caring about life enough?

Because I still live in my bubble of thoughts constantly thinking and keeping myself secure from the actual reality that is here. When, in the moments of clarity, I see more of what this world has become and I see that my current contribution to this world is by far not enough,  I make promises to myself that from now on I will find ways to make something more of myself to be able to make an impact on this world.

But then when the clarity of the moment passes and I am in my little mind again I start replaying same thoughts over and over again and I forget about the importance and scope of self-responsibility that needs to be taken by me and by each one of us to make sure we don’t destroy this world and ourselves.

With this pattern of not actually doing what I have understood and realized in these moments  of clarity I am creating for myself little disasters where I get a series of hard knocks that finally move me to act. These Hard Knocks are events that shake my world– like some kind of loss or fear of loss, an accident or just some problems.  In that way I come closer to the experience of those billions of people on this planet that face loss, lack, real dangers, starvation etc. every single day unable to place their feet on a stable ground for even a second and take a breath of relief.

So in the end it all comes down to the question how much of  pain and loss we need to finally realize that I must put all of me in totality and start doing whatever it takes to stand up and say no to the current system of abuse and not only say but actually live that statement? Do I need to lose everything? I would say no, because then it might be too late. The pain – yes, I would say take as much as you can, put yourself in the shoes of others and walk in these shoes of pain until a new system is established where everyone is able to walk without pain.

Research Equal Money System – this is a real solution that will make sure all have the best shoes to walk this life in joy.


I forgive myself that I have accepted and allowed myself to wait for myself before I decide to put myself out there and make sure that before I die I can say that I have done all that was in my power

I forgive myself that I have accepted and allowed moments of laziness and procrastination direct my participation in this reality

I forgive myself that I have accepted and allowed myself to turn a blind eye on the suffering of this world for even a moment

I forgive myself that I have accepted and allowed myself to exist in self-interest and search for personal happiness


Videos for self-reflection:

2012 – What Can I Contribute

Why I Do Not Give Hope

I’m Doing ‘My Best’ – are You?


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