Cultivate To Culminate

Let me start off by quoting a man whose greatness I would love to emulate and who was also the ultimate spiritual gangster himself, Mahatma Gandhi.

“Your beliefs become your thoughts, 
 your thoughts become your words, 
 your words become your actions, 
 your actions become your habits, 
 your habits become your values, 
 your values become your destiny.”

As simple and straightforward as this may seem, by cultivating your beliefs, thoughts, words, actions, habits, and values, you’re essentially paving your path to your future. It doesn’t get any simpler than this.

If you’re hoping to enjoy a happy, fulfilled life, start by believing in the power of happiness and fulfillment.

If you’re looking to lead a miserable, purposeless life, start by negating the value of satisfaction and having drive.

You literally steer your own ship whichever way you want it to go.

A few years ago, I was a fucking mess. I didn’t know which direction I was headed in, I didn’t know what I believed in, I didn’t know jack shit.

Only after I made my beliefs and thoughts crystal clear did a blueprint emerge in my mind. This blueprint isn’t detailed enough to give me exact directions and guidance for every step of my journey but it’s clear enough for me to pave my path to success.

All I had to do for this blueprint to emerge was clarify and cultivate something that every single person possesses — beliefs.

Nothing in life started off as a big deal. We were all little sperm cells swimming in our daddy’s sack at some point. Of course everyone has different surroundings, circumstances, and journeys — I acknowledge that fact.

But all reasoning, justifications, reasoning, excuses, and explanations aside; you reap what you sow.

Let me finish by dropping a creative bomb from yours truly,

“There ain’t no place to harbor hate. 
 Don’t fall for that trap, don’t get hooked on that bait.
 We’re should all try to love our fellow mate.
 The time is now, it’s never too late,
 to get what you deserve, something you’ll really appreciate. 
 Do something good, better yet do something great.
And always remember: cultivate to motherf*ckin’ culminate.