Where do you find yourself in your dreams? What do you become in your imagination? Sometimes we discover ourselves, living life with the fear that we are not doing what we feel we are supposed to be doing. Have you ever had enormous hopes for life? Have you ever put your ambitions aside because they seemed unachievable? Have you ever worked to create something without the constriction of what others think? There is no absolute. There is no, "this is how it’s supposed to be." We invent that. You don't have to be a sculptor, a painter, an actor or a musician to be creative. We are all artist's in our own respects. Everyday, we sketch our own forms of murals behind our eyes and we conduct our own kinds of orchestra's between our ears. Your drive doesn't have to be based around creating something for the world to see. What's important is that you believe in yourself and trust in your dreams. What excites you? What if you could do ANYTHING in the world with no constraints? How hard would you try? Are you not doing what you are passionate about in life because you think you can’t reach your goal? Don't be intimidated by a 9-to-5 job to pay the bills, so that you can look back in forty years and WISH you would of tried to start a business or backpack through Europe or make music or act or climb a mountain or build a bridge or save a life. YOU are the only one that determines your life’s path. There are no limits to what you can do. Try your hardest to make what you really want in life a reality. Think about when you were a kid and you imaged yourself as an adult. What did you want to be? It's never too late. Live for what you love.

November 18, 2014 — Aaron Hirsch