I will be seeking out more by this author. I've highlighted about 50% of what I've read so far. Very engaging
“We are not our past, or our future, but our present,” I say. It’s from my personal manifesto.
I say the words slowly so they don’t miss what’s embedded there— the concept that our identity is not found in where we were born, or what we achieved yesterday, or even what we fantasize about doing someday.
It’s found in what we do right now. Who we are, right now!