23. Practice “being” and have nothing to prove. Know your own value with or without results. Your value is in your human being-ness not your human doing-ness. In a society that is wrapped up in image, this is sometimes difficult to practice. People ask what you do, not who you are. But a person who knows their own value, does not have to prove it.
24. Be of service. Offer your help where you can and do your part in making the world a friendly place. We are all in this together. As Gandhi preached: be the change that you wish to see happen. You would be surprised by the impact you have.
25. Love generously. Spread random acts of kindness and senseless acts of beauty. Hatred is already rampant. We need to tip the scales the other way. Love is a far more powerful emotion and has far reaching consequences. Living out loud means loving Out loud. And ironically, the more you love, the more love you have to give.
Live Your Life Out Loud: 30 Ways to Get Startedby Sonya Derian
These are some wonderful ideas for spreading love and kindness in a woprld that certainly needs as much as it can get ! GO ON---LIVE YOUR LIFE OUT LOUD !
“If you ask me what I came to do in this world, I will tell you, I came to live out LOUD.” ~Émile Zola