What Is A Life Unchained?

imageA ‘Life Unchained’ is a life with as few chains as possible.

It is a life where cherishing moments and cherishing every day takes absolute precedence, and a life’s purpose is fulfilled.

Life’s chains are reduced or even removed:
The Wrong Careers. . . that rob us of time and happiness.
Public Opinion. . . that can hold us back from following our hearts.
Fear. . . that stops us from doing the things we know we need to in life.
Food/drugs/alcohol. . . that create empty happiness when overused.
– The Wrong Relationships. . . that keep us from better authentic & vulnerable relationships.
Entertainment. . . that has us engrossed in fake lives, and not our own lives. . .

It’s time to stop living a life unchanged.

It’s time to start living a life unchained.

What Is A Life Unchained?

Gratitude Is Love

imageGrowing up, my mother suffered from Multiple Sclerosis, along with a few other debilitating diseases. As I was entering middle school, doctors were sure she only had six months to live. I remember the day I heard the news. I can still see the blank empty look on my mother’s face. I can still feel my heart sinking into my stomach. I can still hear the silence. Though the room was quiet, I have never been in a more overwhelming space. My mind and body, both in shock, were frozen still from the fear of losing the one person who’s always been there for me. Living with so many variables, my mother was my constant.

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Gratitude Is Love

An Idea To Change The World

imageWhat if. . .
– There was an organization that brought people together ‘one on one’ to talk?

What if. . .
– When people met, there were three rules: 1.) Listen as much as you speak. 2.) Be vulnerable. 3.) Give advice, but only if advice is requested.

What if. . .
– The organization helped lots of people who desperately just needed someone to talk to. . . Maybe because they were lonely, or suffering from depression/anxiety, or simply needed someone in their lives to listen?

What if. . .
– The idea wasn’t about therapy or life coaching. It was just about talking. It was just about being vulnerable.

I bet. . .
– It’d help a lot of people.

An Idea To Change The World