.“Wake up, it’s the morning” started as a very catchy adlib. It
slowly morphed into physical being through its subconscious
presence. When I say “wake up”, it’s not just waking up and
starting your day. It focuses more on your impact on the
physical world. Why am I here? What is my purpose? What
am I doing to positively affect those around me? Am I in tune
with my spirit? Life is all about keeping a healthy balance.
Having faith, knowing yourself and who you truly are, is a
huge part of that balance. No one will ever get it right but we
can strive, at the very least.
the ‘wake up experience’ is on May 24th in Brooklyn, click RSVP to secure your spot.
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