August 2013

“Any idiot can face a crisis – it’s day to day living that wears you out.”

Anton Chekhov


There is a lot of truth in this quote!

Sometimes, we are at our personal best when we are in the middle of a crisis.

Somehow, we find the energy and the courage to fight when everything seems to be hopeless.

On the other hand, the routine of the day to day can sometimes drain more energy from us than a big crisis.

Why would this be?

It seems to me that our focus is better and that we are less distracted when we feel threatened than when times are easy.




I don’t want a personal history.


Because I can renew myself daily?

It’s not about who you were. It’s not about who you are.

It’s all about who you are becoming that is important.

Do you want a personal history?

Do you ever ask yourself: What am I becoming?