Beach Walk 228 OTR – Be True, To You

Echoes of William Shakespeare in my mind today while walking in the arroyo in Santa Fe, New Mexico.

For those of you who are new here, I usually walk the beach with my dog Lexi in Hawai’i. But I am on the road traveling for my job, so you get to come along with me! I like to think of Beach Walks as much as an attitude as a place. A place where we explore the edges of the known world, and think differently.

This above all: to thine own self be true,
And it must follow, as the night the day,
Thou canst not then be false to any man.

– William Shakespeare

Step one in the process naturally is to know thyself, which for some of us is a lifelong activity! In standing by one’s sense of self (or not!), we can find even more of who we are I find. It’s part of the “none of this matters” concept I like to grapple with. I think we can learn something regardless of what road is traveled.

When searching on the quote, I also found this from Steve Pavlina:

… my career is actually to express these inner qualities out into the world. My job is essentially just to be myself.

I like that.

Hawaiian words
Iho: self

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