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“His innovative ways connects us across the globe today and into tomorrow. Thank you Steve Jobs for bringing us all a little closer one Apple at a time.” - Keri Singer
One apple has fallen off the Tree of Life, but another will soon blossom…..DREAM FOR TOMORROW
Today, we celebrate and mourn the life and legacy of Steve Jobs. He was man who didn’t know much early on about san-serifs and fonts but believed there was something better. His passion and talents brought us new technology tools to communicate together.
I listened to his speech from a few years ago at a graduation that moved me. Listen to that inner voice to inspire you and lead you onto the next path.
Every life experience adds to your worth and education. Sometimes we wonder why certain things happen that make us struggle. Stick through the fight and you may fall upon a golden opportunity. Find what you love and follow your heart.
“Keep looking and don’t settle” - Steve Jobs
Sometimes our lives feel like ‘the world’s most dangerous road‘ in Bolivia that is filled with twists and turns. You might not know which is the right direction and how to be safe. Soon with a little guidance and support on the treacherous road of life, it can lead to a few detours, road blocks, or a new surprise. We’ll find our way to navigate these tough times together. One can offer a hand of support, make someone laugh, listen, offer encouragement, friendship, or something else along the way to help us reach our next destination.
Nothing is more gratifying than jumping in and taking a chance to see what happens. Experiences in life can be frustrating and you only learn if you give things a try. Take chances even if it feels scary or unsettling.
“Your time is limited, so don’t waste it living someone else’s life. Don’t be trapped by dogma — which is living with the results of other people’s thinking. Don’t let the noise of others’ opinions drown out your own inner voice. And most important, have the courage to follow your heart and intuition. They somehow already know what you truly want to become. Everything else is secondary.” – Steve Jobs