Here I am. Do you see me? Are you able to clearly see my ideas, or do you need to step back? I wish you feel, try, and share my words. Is it too much to ask in a trembled world? Perhaps, it’s our myopia, caused by fear, which prevents us from tearing apart the infrastructure we built inside.
What we can do to ease the pain and sorrow of these difficult days, I have been asked. Money, jobs, and basic needs are scarce indeed- but opportunities would prevail in the midst of crisis, by unveiling the power of an idea!
See, money doesn’t make us rich…but ideas do! Only when these ideas are oriented and handled with business skills, we not only create a source of income, but we tear apart the walls of fear!
What is the most powerful force in the world? Yes, ideas! And, ideas only come from living, trial and error. We can’t afford to stop on living, making mistakes, and having losses- just because we have to look good.
So, how do we create ideas? We can’t create them; we can only rescue them from within the same brain that is capable to see myopia- our brain! Be the first one with an idea, and the first one to tell the world in your own light. Timing is everything- and your time is now!
If we are perpetually busy counting our fears and desires; we can only see the world passing us by. In the words of Victor Hugo “More powerful than all the armies of the world, is the idea whose time has come”. Are your ideas about to expire? Or you are so imprisoned that you imprisoned your ideas along with yourself? What if they sound absurd to the world? Forgive the world! It doesn’t know any better until you show them what your ideas are made of, and how it will benefit from them. You have to know yourself- your strengths and weaknesses- to launch your ideas to the world!
I know you are ready- I know I am! You want this as much as I do. Do you see me now? Now, that you have stepped back into the grandiosity of your inner world of ideas. The world is our stage and a flow of ideas support our new infrastructure of self-sufficiency.
sampathMarch 3, 2009 at 12:00 AM
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