Inspiration Archives: Seth David Chernoff
Seth is a two-time cancer survivor, a marketing professional, the founder of multiple companies, and the author of the Manual For Living series.
If I could share 500 words to inspire, this is the important wisdom I’d want to pass along to others…
There are no coincidences in this universe; everything operates in perfect equilibrium. When we are ready, the right opportunities in life present themselves, whether in the form of people or things; and regardless of whether we see, hear, feel, or read it, it will speak to us.
Irrespective of whether we agree or disagree with information as it is presented to us in life, it serves an important purpose to help us open our eyes to the world around us, to continually question what we believe, and to subsequently look within for the answers we seek for our truth.
The general complacency with which we live our lives offers little in the way of growth and evolution.
A healthy curiosity makes the world go around. We need to connect with others, step out of our comfort zone and out of our shell to become active participants in our communities. We need to engage in our world, express interest in other people’s lives, be authentic, ask questions, and most importantly, learn from those around us.
Everyone has a story, and there is something we can take away from every person we meet, from every connection we make, from every moment we live. Experiences happen as they are meant to. There are no accidents; and when a delay or inconvenience arises, remember that we are exactly where we need to be, in a position to connect and reconnect with those around us and our world at large.
So, learn something new. Be of service. Evolve. Life is not all that mysterious; we just aren’t able to plan out every moment of our lives as it will occur, regardless of our schedule or agenda, with or without our consent.
We can only plan out this moment, and it really is the only one that matters.
We can take responsibility for this very moment and anything that transpires as a result of the divine plan of our life. Life cannot be planned; it is simply what happens to us when we are not caught up in the planning of this moment or the one that follows.
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