"If one does not know to which port one is sailing, no wind is favorable."
where the wise words of Seneca the Younger (c. 4 BC – AD 65), was a
Roman statesman, dramatist and Stoic philosopher.
As a tragedian, he is best known for plays such as his Medea, Thyestes, and Phaedra.
Seneca's influence on later generations is immense—during the
Renaissance he was a sage admired and venerated as an oracle of life,
even to the Christians.
In this video, I encourage you to take time out and contemplate and write a
description of what the world would look like if it were operating
perfectly according to you.
In my perfect world, everybody is living their highest vision where they are
doing, being, and having everything they want. Mine is “Inspiring and
empowering people to live their highest potential in a context of love and joy.”
If you need help in finding yours, simply go
to my online course: https://www.alkistis.net/onlinecourse.html