the self help philosophy you never knew you needed
What’s your story?
but first, Let Me Ask YOU another Question:
What is the meaning of your life?
These are the sorts of questions that I have asked myself many times in my own life. As a child, I would lay restlessly in bed contemplating existence and the origins of humanity.
As I grew older, I heavily questioned the path to pursue ahead of me– the one that was dictated by those before me as the only path in life.
You know the one I’m talking about.
Fascinated, yet overly perplexed, the more answers that I sought, the more questions I created.
One door lead into another and back, infinitely.
But, one thing was certain:
The American Dream doesn’t belong to me.
I know this for myself because I have my own purpose, my own path,
my own JOURNEY–
And so do YOU!
Welcome to Littermature!
The hunger to understand the larger questions in life forced me to dig into the depths of everything in order to shine as much light into the darkness as possible.
What I noticed is that diving into these dark corners of my mind often tested me greatly. It brought forward significant challenges, but everytime I came out on the other end, I was a stronger man with more to show for myself on all accounts.
The more I got knocked down, the easier it became to start trying to stand back up
standing up again doesn’t get any easier, BUT accepting the challenge TO does!
What else do YOU have to work for?
Are you stuck in the same old unfulfilled routine, while you find yourself asking similar questions in your pursuit of deeper meaning and happiness?
We are cultured towards a path of normalcy and mediocrity by being urged to accept someone else’s path as our own.
but, That is not our way
It is each of our own responsibility to carry ourselves as far up the infinite ladder of life–for our own fulfillment and complete personal betterment.
It’s no cake walk, because even our own truth hurts in our pursuit of meaning, personal empowerment, and growth.
We must ask those hardhitting questions that will challenge us by choosing to look through ourselves with a fine-toothed comb as we risk ourselves for our own individual reward in greatness.
Or, we can avert our gaze and let ourselves be swept away blindly by unconciously choosing to relinquish control of ourselves with mediocre pursuits and experiences with inauthentic purpose.