Thursday, June 26, 2008

Something truly life changing...

While on one of my many frequented blogsites, Get Rich Slowly, I came across a link to another blog which has, in the span of less than an hour, changed the way I view the world and the limitations therein. The Art of Non-Conformity is a definite recommendation for those of you who are tired of an average life and are ready to do something remarkable with the time you are given.

I highly advise that you download and read the Brief Guide to World Domination (which the author Chris has made available for free-99) and seriously consider the information he has provided. Based on that manifesto and the article he contributed to Get Rich Slowly, I've made a commitment to contribute to kiva.org and am planning on how to go overseas - right now, I'm really feeling China after seeing the havoc that the recent earthquake wreaked on so many areas. I've always wanted to help, but for reasons I can only attribute to excuses and fear, I never managed to do much of anything after a major crisis hits an ill-prepared and underfunded region of the world.

And I'm still trying to find a way out of L.A. and up to San Francisco. I swear, I need to just jump on a plane and make a way when I touch down. It's about the best plan I could come up with, so I may just go that route. It's all just a matter of time now (*tenting fingers*).

Thank you for your writing, Chris. I only hope you are affecting many, but you have definitely affected me.

4 comments:

Torrance Stephens bka All-Mi-T said...

man i love san fran, crab cakes and raw oysters
andywho
have a great weekend
and btw, got my dog for obama shirts, so chk my spot if u can

The True Urban Queen aka Sharon said...

I have a friend who joined the peace corps. She is doing two years in Africa.
Sends emails once a month on what is going on and how her life is living there. You could look into that.

I want to move to the south. But, I know that just up and moving would only make things harder.

Good luck.

Daysha Writes said...

I say go for it! I heard San Francisco is better that L.A. anyway.

Rebirth of Fly said...

@ queen: I thought about that too...I don't know why I never signed up though. Hmmmm..

@ daysha: It IS!!! I love it up there.