Heroism takes place in private, in moments in which no one would know that I am actually called in that moment to my Unique Self. The moment when I take my unique risk, I celebrate my greatness, I recover my Unique Self, I be the best that I can possibly be, and even more,
— and, actually, all of Reality cheers (all human beings that ever were, or will be, living in that Akashic field, as the Buddhist sutras say, beyond time, literally, all of them cheer…)
— when I take my unique risk,
— when I live in that moment of greatness,
— when that bat connects with that ball.
If there’s any trust and love between us, and I hope there’s a lot, I can promise you this:
If you would actually feel what’s happening in Reality, and the symphony of Reality, you would realize that literally, billions of people across space and time rise to their feet, ecstatic, cheering as you walk those “bases.”
Knowing that that’s who you are, that’s what it means to confess your greatness.
That’s what it means to confess my greatness.
That’s what it means to confess our greatness together.
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