How may I serve mankind? This is the proverbial question on my heart. I am committed to doing what I need to do within myself to live a life of kindness, the kind of life I know in the depth of my heart that I was born to live. The kind of life where we are all here assisting one another on our journey to fullness, our birthright, assisting one another to be the original blessing we already are.

We are each born full and complete, and then through life’s ups and downs, we perhaps lose our way. And, then what? We have the most blessed opportunity to grow and evolve ourselves into conscious, loving beings. The kind of beings that love being love. The Dalai Lama says, “Through kindness, through affection, through honesty, through truth and justice toward all others we ensure our own benefit. This is not a matter for complicated theorizing. It is a matter of common sense.”

You see, even though there are trials and tribulations, perceived mistakes and missteps, in the end, there is only more Life. And, how do I want to live this life I have chosen to be a part of? I, for one, choose freedom, free from dogma, dictates, and distractions from my purpose, a beauty-filled, joy-filled life of peace and harmony. And I can leave this body at the end of its run and be at peace knowing no harm done.

To wake up each day with a smile and ask, “How may I serve you?”, and carry on the kind of life that is worth living, IS worth living!