Do you know if your dream is still possible?
What if the force we do possess is just as powerful as that of the Jedi’s?
Looking back, Charlie Scatturo realized what he did wrong. If only he had a chance to make it all right.
I’m not too old to care about things that are important or worthwhile or that I enjoy doing. But I am too old to care about nonsense and negativity and about the consequences of being myself.
There are so many reasons why you’re on my mind…
Take the time to appreciate and take in your surroundings. Don’t ignore the little white bicycles in life.
As we try to make sense of the recent terror attacks around the world, let’s not forget the power of our ability to stay connected.
No four words in the English language are more potentially damaging than “it’s not my problem.”
The people who care for and hold things together are just as important as those who aggressively make change happen.
Coming to terms with this reality can be scary. But I also believe that it is a necessary evil in our adult lives.
The changes I have undergone as I have matured as a man and a person, contradict the person I used to be.
Through simple conversation, this human being who did not exist moments before, becomes real and you learn they are not so different from you.
Often times, truly powerful actions do not come from celebrities or politicians or superstar athletes. They come from ordinary people. People just like you and I.
In that moment, I wanted to give you a hug and tell you everything would be okay even though I had no idea if it would. Of course, I didn’t.
With so many people running around trying to win, life has become a race with no winner, no purpose and no end. Even when we’re supposed to be taking a day off, we’re still running that race, without even knowing it.
It’s nearly impossible to have the same level of appreciation for something you daily. But Charlie Scaturro shows us how.