We live in world full of problems, undoubtedly, but the best approach to this is just one day a time. A very close friend sent me that image above & it’s very important to remember to do your best daily. Sometimes, we don’t, there are those days where we have bad days & we fail to do anything justifiably good. In fact the seven billion people on this earth can do extremely evil things to each other than are completely unacceptable, unfathomable, & most of all just sadly unfortunate.
One situation doesn’t define us, solutions to world’s problems come from common people & not the decision makers in suits. They may weld the power but the truth is as sensible & sentient beings we have God given rights to live the way we all individually see fit. Freedoms.
What am I getting at for this Monday Blog?
We have choices, many choices, & there are times we make the wrong ones. If you make one then you should admit to it because when you make a mistake it much easier to make a negative a positive by choosing to say, “I was wrong in my actions & deserve any consequences you have for me.”
Whether it’s out in the open, personal, or private the solutions & roots to betterment begins inside ourselves so we can shae it to, sometimes, a dark world. As for the bad days, you pick up, make up, & “never do it again.” If you don’t learn from mistakes then you are doomed to repeat them.
The world has enough doom & gloom nowadays to be a monster like so many are. Slay the monsters, including your own, & make the world a better place by choosing positive paths. Not destruction.
No matter how you look at it, Daniel Bryan has become a success in the land of giants better known as the WWE.
Clearly, by no means is this a fluke at all as he’s put his time in ever since he broke into the professional wrestling business. Solid matches in which the purest wresting fans can appreciate but not only that he’s revolutionized one word.
This isn’t a new trend where fans have chanted one word. Back in the fall of 2001 “Stone Cold” Steve Austin due to an inside joke with fellow professional wrestler Christian started responding in promos with, “What?”, to the point it was chanted past his in ring retirement to this very day when there are pause by wrestlers the crowd finds boring or wants to annoy.
Yet, this isn’t totally about wrestling but real life aspect of humility. Daniel Bryan doesn’t believe he’s a anyone special & that’s the ultimate humility that he truly believes that he’s not doing anything but living what we all want to do & have inside of each of us, a dream. Finding & creating success. I was in attendance at Wrestlemaina 28 in Miami when the word “yes” because the new “what” & Daniel Bryan lost the World Heavyweight Championship to Sheamus in 18 seconds but it may have solidified him as the success story he’s become over the past two years including coming out of Wrestlemaina 30 as the WWE World Heavyweight Champion. Though, through it all, it hasn’t changed Daniel Bryan. Winning the title, getting married to Brie Bella, & the recent loss of his father he’s the type of person that deserves success because it hasn’t changed him.
When you still live in the small town of Aberdeen, Washington after all the celebrity & fame you know Daniel Bryan is truly a man of humility.
Congratulations, Bryan Danielson, Daniel Bryan.