It is 12:30am. My body hurts. My mind is exhausted. My energy is lacking.
I’m currently laying in my bed, wrapped in a blanket, and staring at the ceiling in the dark. I’m listening to the sound of raindrops hit the roof with a distinct rhythm of “drip drop, drip drop.” It is a calming sound for what has been a hectic weekend of rehearsals totaling 24 hours for a production of Beauty and the Beast that opens this Thursday.
My mind is flooded with a million thoughts. Thoughts of things that need to be accomplished within the month, within the week, within the day, within the hours that are continuing to go “tick tock” on the clock as I lay here writing this very post.
The negative energy of the world and its current happenings along with the negative energy of events in my personal life are ones that I find myself struggling with on the daily to try and combat.
It’s not easy.
In fact, it’s probably the hardest thing in the world for me, especially given that I have the nickname “Mr. Sunshine.”
How does one keep going on with life when the threat of negativity, fear, and hatred linger around every corner?
It’s the million dollar question and one that only YOU, yourself can answer.
What’s my secret? Is there a secret?
No, there’s no secret.
For me, it’s all about finding the fuel that ignites me from within.
My fuel is helping people. My fuel is making sure those I care about in life are supported with love. My fuel is finding new ways to spread kindness.
On January 2, 2019, you will all find out what my newest tactic is for sharing this love and happiness with the world.
Find your fuel. Find what makes your heart sing with so much love and happiness that you need to share it with others.
The world is a dark place with stories of coldness. The light inside ourselves can fuel the fire for others and ignite the lights of change that can make the biggest difference for you…for me…for everyone.
Find your fuel. It’s time for us to ignite the fires within ourselves and go out to share that light with the world.
Fuel the fires of change.
Sprinkle sunshine always,