Finding your comfort zone


I’ve done a lot of stupid things in my life.  Some might be seen as extremely embarrassing.  But I don’t really regret any of them.  My 45 years of life experiences – good and bad, embarrassing or not, have all combined to make me the person I am today.

I don’t dislike who I am today.  I am finally at a point in my life that I like myself.  Every mistake I made, every good thing I did. Every life I saved or lost – all of it has added up to creating “me”.

So I am what I am.  And I am comfortable with me, it, whatever.

I don’t have a deep desire to prove anything to anyone anymore.  I don’t feel compelled to embellish, because I just don’t think I need to.  I am what I am. As Judge Judy would put it, “I am fully cooked”.

And I like the way I came out – I am not proud of everything I have done in my life, but overall I have more pride than embarrassment, and that’s probably more than I could have hoped for.

In spite of my recklessness, my youthful ignorance and my determination to screw my life up, I ended up a parent of two wonderful kids, and I’ve done well by them.  Not perfect, but ok.  And that’s good enough for me.

There are of course a lot of little things I would do different if I could, but in the end they wouldn’t have mattered.  I would still be me.

Hopefully you being you is as comfortable to you as me being me is to me today.

Like yourself.  Love others.  I don’t think you can’t reach your true potential until you can do these two things.



  1. Isn’t it nice to be done worrying about all that stuff and just be free to explore the rest of the world now?


  2. heh – thanks!


  3. We love you too, man! 😉