As we wrap up the end of the year, I wonder, how many of us are sleeping through our dreams and just existing?
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A concept is a thought and it can't be owned by anyone. It's something that is shared amongst us.
Share what change you want to see—in you, in others, in the world.
Pick something that's so engrained in your everyday life you barely recognize you do it—that thing you do that gobbles up your time or experience. Stop doing it.
Recently, on a training run along Alki, it occurred to me—while taking in the Seattle skyline—that so much of the city's infrastructure is designed to maintain people going to work. The mom-and-pop sandwich shops, our transit system (if you can call it that), parking garages, child care centers—the primary reason these places exist is to offer support to those making the trek into the city (or across the bridge to the Eastside). That's it. Without folks making their daily pilgrimage, the need for these businesses would be reduced drastically. Traffic, our dependence on fast food and the need for others to raise our children would go away, right?