Have you ever been so passionate about something that you decided it’s going to be your “one thing” in life? Apparently, it becomes deeply ingrained in your personality that there comes a day when there’s no way to tell between you and your passion. You and that thing become one.
Masters of their own craft. Some of them are still living among us. The world may not know about them right now, or perhaps may not know them at all. That’s just how it works. It takes years to realize someone was a genius and a great dose of humility to accept that fact.
But masters don’t really care about how they are perceived by the world. They just make art, do their thing, and allow themselves to be a vessel that nature chooses to work with and through.
The same should be for you and me.
— to not care too much about the outcome or what people say; if whatever we do makes an impact, or whether it’s grand, eloquent, shiny, or too overwhelming for someone to fathom or even feel.
We bring out what nature or the gods intend to create, never refusing or bragging about it and claiming it as our own. Nothing is our own.
You are called to do something today.
If it’s something big, take courage. You were born to do it. Don’t ever doubt that.
If it’s something small, do it great, as if it’s all that matters and the last thing you get to do.
In the final hours, to hear these words echoing between two souls would be the sweetest thing in the world, “You made that happen. Thank you”.