Why Not Go All In? - It's Okay to be the Black Sheep

Why Not Go All In?

It's Okay to be the Black Sheep

By Adam Mundorf

Why Not Go All In?
If you're so certain of your chosen faith or belief system, why not go all in?  When it comes to eternal life, there isn't and shouldn't be a middle ground.  Religion and spiritual pursuits have been bastardized in modern society.  We have Muslims who drink.  Christians who steal.  We have Hindus who pursue money at the expense of morality.  All of the above treat their religion as a scapegoat instead of a steadfast way of living life.  If a person is so sure of what comes after this life, why not devote your heart and soul to it regardless of where it leaves you monetarily or in the socioeconomic ladder?

It's Okay to be the Black Sheep

"It is no measure of health to be well adjusted to a profoundly sick society." -- Jiddu Krishnamurti

Life is too short to not live it on your own terms.   I've seen hundreds of people live life according to society's principles and reach end life with immense regrets.  Sure, life is simple and 'easy' this way but it is anything but fulfilling.  I'm not saying live life recklessly but to tirelessly pursue your higher purpose.  This may mean losing friends, blocking out family and not making as much money as you would otherwise.  Hold yourself to a higher standard for the righteous path is often walked alone.  You think that any notable religious or inspirational figure walked in the same direction as everyone else?  I think not and they sacrificed a great deal in order to live their higher purpose.  Be ready to lose it all for the spirit lives on while the physical realm fades away to the sands of time.

There's so much more to life than meets the eye, I challenge you to look past the physical and delve into the positive spiritual realm.


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