Don’t Try to Become the Best, Be Your Best Right Now


“Do the best you can, from where you are, with what you have, now.” ~African-American proverb


When I first started on my spiritual path, I desperately wanted to live in a more connected and satisfying way. I had a secret longing to know who I truly was and to finally reach my creative potential—not only as a writer, but also as a person. My intention was to express mastery through spirituality.


At the time, this made perfect sense. Spirituality, for me, was connecting to the creative part of myself—that invisible, powerful place where anything is possible.


A place where dreams are forged and destinies are realized. A place of poetic genius and inspiration. A place where masters live and breathe.