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I think we're living in this mass fetishization of creativity.
Finding internal peace is very strong, in that it keeps you focused on your goal, and it does not deviate you from your own goal, even in the middle of chaos.
For us to find global peace, we need to find internal peace before we strive toward it.
Finding that purpose, usually, after becoming lost, is the reason that gives you motive to wake up the next morning and become who you are.
When you hold a grudge against someone , it's like setting a fire inside of you. It's gonna burn you, while he's not even aware of what you have against him.
We are in a very difficult time globally, where there is a lot of tension happening, and we do need more magnanimous people.
Even chaos, it sounds very chaotic, it gives you ideas of being random and things going in different ways... however, there is order in the back of everything that happens.
There is something very meaningful and very deep about living in chaos.
There is always a hidden value in everything you do, pursue, look for it and add it to your persona.
The pursuit of passion could be the most destructive force in your pursue of success and happiness.
Success is often the journey, not the destination because it's very lonely on top.
Finding that purpose usually after becoming lost, is the reason that gives you the motive to wake up the next morning and becomes who you are!
I think that genius is something that we share collectively—not individually. And while it’s really important to share the achievements of those around us, it’s equally as important for us to realize the power that we hold as a group.
Georgia Frances King
The greatest movements come from groundswells—not calls to action.
An idea in isolation is a puzzle piece in search of a puzzle. If you take a step backward and look at the bigger picture, that’s when big things happen.
We believe in the power of community. We believe that communities are abundant—with not only creativity and potential—but this is where change will happen.
Robyne Walker Murphy
Social justice is rooted in love—that you love people so much that you want everybody to be free.
“I want to design my life in a way where my kids can grow up and look back and think of me as someone who showed them by example and being present for them and showed them that, when things get hard, to not just worry about it, but to be concerned about it and then to take action to make things better. And at the very least, I just don’t want my kids to think of me as the guy that always forgot their lunch.”
The streets are not just lanes of tarmacs—the streets are the veins of the city, and the people are the blood that keep it going. Listen to that beating heart, and remember that the streets belong to us, and it is our duty to help everybody that lives in them.
Real change is made when lots of people do a little, and we all have that capacity.
By helping those who are less fortunate than us, we are helping ourselves, too. We are helping to provide a brighter future for everyone around us, and for our children.
Inclusive communities prosper. Marginalized communities fail.
Idealism without pragmatism is misguided, and pragmatism without ideals is cold and mechanical.
I’ve always been intrigued by women’s stories, and I felt like as a filmmaker, you tell the stories that you know. You tell the stories that you understand.
“The reason that I love community – and the reason I love people so much – is because all of this (the Highlander Neighborhood) has happened because of really community-focused, forward-thinking, and if we’re honest, brave early investors. It involves actual artists, artists who live across the street, artists that are from this neighborhood who have helped 75 North in this community, in this effort to revitalize that involves the City of Omaha, educators, committed parents and stakeholders.”
Being comfortable is one of the worst things you can do for yourself because it's not until you're uncomfortable that you become comfortable with yourself.