Adrenaline junkies are addicted to the thrill of the adrenaline rush. A euphoric feeling that can last for hours. Usually associated with activities that pose the risk of physical injury or death such as parachuting, rock/mountain climbing, motorcross racing, bungee jumping and Parkour—building jumping. Adrenaline junkies can also be found among the upper echelon of Corporate America, on Wall Street, in fire and police departments and on the battlefield.
What if there was a way to obtain the same euphoric feeling experienced by adrenaline junkies on an ongoing basis? What if it’s as simple as living with the heart of a child?
A heart that
- is genuinely interested in people.
- is willing to love unconditionally.
- is active.
- is enthusiastic.
- takes risks.
- is optimistic.
- is decisive.
- is dependable.
- has a strong sense of right and wrong.
- is transparent and outspoken.
What would our world look like? It certainly wouldn’t be filled with depressed, angry, power hungry adults who are continually searching for purpose and fulfillment.
- dancing to a different drummer would be embraced not ridiculed.
- enjoying today, this moment in time to its fullest is always at the top of your “to do” list.
- living life with abandon—no fear is the norm.
- living in the unknown is embraced and pursued.
Perhaps we’d be more like my granddaughter who dances when and where she wants to. Whether others are watching or not.
Who’s ready for dance lessons?
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