Open Letter to 2015

This is a guest post by TJ Bennett.

Dear 2015,

This year I’m not going to tell you all of the great things I have planned, I’m going to show you. So please bring on more challenges because they will make me stronger. Please bring on more failures because they will make me smarter. And please bring on more fears because they will make me braver. If I can achieve only one thing this year, may it be to teach my friends and family that our futures are limitless. To show them that if we’re open to living differently and to trying new things, absolutely anything is possible. So here’s to an OPEN and LIMITLESS 2015. Where we are not afraid to take risks, ask questions and step out of our comfort zones. As soon as we do this we’ll have a better idea of who we really are and the impact we want to make. To a year where we silence the voices in our heads that tell us we can’t and prove that we can. Where we realize that nothing great comes from working alone. So in 2015 let us all be a support system for each other more than ever before. I promise that if we do, 2015 will be nothing short of incredible. If there is anything that is taken away from this and carried throughout the new year, I hope it’s this. Keep moving with what moves you, allowing what’s next to flow through you. In 2015 let us constantly ask ourselves, what world do we want to live in? Then let’s go and create that world.


It is my hope that by sharing this open letter I can provide a spark in at least one of you to go out and chase your dreams. In order to get what you want out of life you have to put it out into the universe. You can put it out there any way you’d like. Whether it’s creating art, writing it down or telling someone what you want. In the¬†image below you can get a glimpse of what I want to get out of 2015. It will serve as a reminder throughout the year to be open to new experiences, new people, new ways of thinking and new ways of being. In 2015 I’d like to challenge you all to let your curiosity run wild and explore every moment, whether in darkness or in light. Every smile, whether it’s one of joy or one masking fear. Every breath, whether it’s one of hesitation or for relaxation. During this exploration you may not find what you think you’re looking for, you’ll find something better. You’ll find yourself.

TJ Open Letter to 2015Peace & Love,

TJ

 

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