– Notifications from websites like Facebook – Having my phone next to me while I write – Junk food that sucks my energy down the drain – Friends who are toxic and ruin my mood – Looking at the price of shares, cryptocurrency and my bank balance – TV, Netflix and those annoying memes – Activities I suck at which didn’t inspire me – Being afraid of putting myself out there – Being lonely and unlucky in love
It’s life, and it’s love. It’s growing as individuals — investing in our own development, and supporting each other’s. It’s choosing vocations that excite us, and throwing ourselves at it. It’s building something, both separately and together. It’s learning, reading, challenging ourselves and each other. It’s being present — in our own life and, to the extent that it works, in theirs too. It’s living.