Friday, July 08, 2005

Your Ethical Obligation to Achieve Greatness

I'm going to be spending a lot more time on Yasuhiko Genku Kimura. For now, I leave you with a future "Zaadz Wisdom" piece:

“It is unethical not to know. It is unethical not to think. It is unethical not to love. It is unethical not to live an impassioned life. It is unethical not to attain greatness. It is unethical to succumb to the fear of envy and the conspiracy of mediocrity. It is unethical not to self-bestow genius. It is unethical not to be the first monkey.”
~ Yasuhiko Genku Kimura


Yasuhiko boldly states that we have an ethical mandate to manifest our “singular kosmic destiny.”

To discover that destiny, we must answer the question, “What is my passion? What is the deepest desire and creative vision of my soul?”

Only you can answer that question…

What is your passion?

What is the deepest desire and creative vision of your soul?

-bri


More about Yasuhiko Genku Kimura
Yasuhiko is a 21st century philosopher, consultant and all around cool guy. A former Zen Buddhist Priest from Japan, he studied a broad range of spiritual and intellectual disciplines in Japan, India and the United States. Loved the line he gave during one of his talks when he said he needs to write “the miso soup for the soul” series. :)

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