The more we are isolated from each other in our protected silos fortified by tailored media and like-minded confidants, the more we may seem like oddballs to those who may not think like us.
Most people want to live a life of purpose, but many have accepted a life of mediocracy; slaves to the mundane in shackles of anxiety, as middlemen, feeding a system of materialism, keep us from living a life of purpose and joy.
So, I ponder...are those of us who have chosen to live our lives in service to others oddballs? Is it because we are weird, or is it that most people haven’t realized they can live this way?
When you make the decision to live in purpose and service to others, your thoughts change, your priorities change, the physiology of your body changes....your actions change.
It’s not easy to get to this place, and it takes practice to live here 100% of the time. The more you do it the more it becomes you. Take the time to work on your mindset and peel back the layers to understand what really drives you. Once you get there, you will be more enlightened and happy to be called an oddball.