by Sunil Bali, 20-09-15

I’ve got a confession to make.

I’m a liar.

Although I’ve got infinitely better over the years, occasionally the fear of failure that was instilled into me by my mother rears its head.

Consequently, I immerse myself in busyness, lie to myself that I’m doing what matters most, and get stuck on Someday Isle. The benefit of being on Someday Isle is that I can always say that I haven’t failed at something I care deeply about.

Everyone on Someday Isle is an honorary member of the biggest club in the world: The "If Only" Club, and the most commonly used words on Someday Isle are shoulda, woulda, coulda.

Everyone on Someday Isle has an alibi for hiding their genius and not living their best life.

Thankfully, I’ve realized that the worst thing you can buy is an alibi for not listening to and acting upon the whispers of your soul.

Once you’re true to yourself and live your truth, life has a funny way of lining up to support you.

Every thought, every decision, every moment is a choice between love and fear. Choose fear, and life stagnates and becomes hellish. Choose love, and our time on earth becomes heavenly.

The choice is ours.


Son phones Dad:

Son: Can you please pick me up from school?

Dad: What’s the matter? Are you not well?

Son: I got suspended.

Dad: What for?

Son: The teacher pointed a ruler at me and said, "At the end of this ruler is an idiot." I said, "Which end?"

  1. A man from Glasgow approached me and said, "I wanna talk to you." I said, OK, keep practicing."
  2. Sky TV is showing the origami world championships. Its on paper view.
  3. Which reminds me – if you missed Slaughter Of The Killer Tomatoes you can watch it again on Ketchup TV.