Surrounding yourself with a beautiful environment does wonders for the body and soul, but what about the mind and the intellectual stimulation? Are you sure that you are receiving enough positive feedback from the place where you are forming roots? or is the symbiosis all messed up? If trees can communicate, why can’t we?
We, humans, have a desire to stay connected. At present the shift has gone from real life heart-felt conversations to online chats, which has validity in its own right, it just has a ways to go in terms of meaningfullness. Reality is real, let’s not lose our sense of emotions, be afraid of commitments or fall into the trap of locking ourselves into our homes night after night, with a sense of unfulfillment lingering over the days.
Scott Dinsmore inspires people to “change the world by doing work you love” and he conveys the message well. No one gets very far by being alone, but together we can move mountains and move society in the right direction – the positive one – if we can learn to work with one another.
There are 11 Simple Ways to Connect with the People Who Make Failure Impossible: (click link for full text)
- Know the impact you want to have.
- Fire toxic friends.
- Find new surroundings.
- Create a relationship road map.
- Discover who you already know.
- Enlist the help of others.
- Create unique value and learn to help anyone.
- Great genuine online connections.
- Build your in-person community.
- Make people part of your world.
- Show up.
Diversity breeds resilience and the world needs a good dose of that right now. Moral strength, sharing, conversing, organic farming, sewing, handcrafting, self-reliance – these are all things that matter to us. Raising a community from infancy takes effort and involves trust, it won’t happen overnight, but we have a firm suspicion that it will happen.
What kind of community involvement is the most important in your life?