“This is living. This is pushing boundaries”.
Max read out a short paragraph on the first page of Gerard Brown’s book from Peking to Paris… and I thought to myself…. “Hey, I know those words. I wrote them! hehehe. Gerard Brown used my words from my feedback form for the Peking to Paris as an introduction to Gerard’s book; and hearing them read again made me realise how many things in my life I push boundaries with… and how many things in my life I can truly say “This is living.”
I’ve realised that I DO push boundaries. I DO live to the fullest. I embrace everything I do with a full open heart with passion and a willingness to dive in and to really ‘go there’ wholeheartedly. I recognise that sometimes doing this has led me to seriously fall flat on my face; and probably where my greatest learning has been derived. I also recognise that my approach to living has enabled the most incredibly rich experiences and a wonderful life for which I receive so much Universal support; and after my recent trip to Bhutan, realise that perhaps ‘karma’ is organically manifesting in my life right now.
There is no way I can live without pushing boundaries. I can’t let fear cripple me. I live and love wholeheartedly. Thank you Gerard for popping my words in the beginning of your fabulous book of our drive from Peking to Paris – which WAS extraordinary. I want to also be able to say for everythign I do that “This is pushing boundaries.” “This is living.”