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  • Writer's pictureKeith Dussia

Embracing the Nature of Life

In our journey through life, we often encounter moments that leave us scarred, making us vow never to let anyone hurt us in the same way again. It's a defense mechanism, a natural response to protect ourselves from further harm. Yet, in building these walls, we sometimes end up isolating ourselves from potential allies, from those who could help us heal and grow. This is the essence of LifeIn180—a philosophy that underscores life’s dynamic nature, encouraging us to remain open to change and new possibilities.



Life is not meant to be static; it's a vibrant, ever-changing journey. The defenses we build to protect ourselves, while necessary at one point, might not serve us indefinitely. What once was a shelter can become a prison, keeping us from experiencing the full spectrum of life.
Embracing the Nature of Life


Embracing the Dynamic Nature of Life

Life is not meant to be static; it's a vibrant, ever-changing journey. The defenses we build to protect ourselves, while necessary at one point, might not serve us indefinitely. What once was a shelter can become a prison, keeping us from experiencing the full spectrum of life. This realization is crucial for personal growth. It’s about understanding that life is always moving towards something better, not by taking away to leave us with less, but by decluttering to create space for more.


The Metaphor of a Cluttered House

Imagine living in a cluttered house, filled with dust, garbage, and stacks of unread magazines, a space so congested that you can barely move. Now picture deciding to clean this house, to declutter, throwing away things you no longer need or want. As you remove the clutter, you begin to see the space differently. What's left is a clean, open room where you can breathe, move freely, and enjoy the simplicity of sitting in one chair that you truly need and like. This process of decluttering is akin to LifeIn180. By removing the things that no longer serve us, we make room for what truly matters, for experiences that enrich and fulfill us.


Learning, Applying, and Sharing

LifeIn180 is about the cycle of learning, applying what we've learned, and then sharing that knowledge with others. It’s akin to learning a language in a classroom versus speaking it in the real world. You can study grammar and vocabulary extensively, but you only truly grasp the language when you use it in everyday conversations, picking up on the nuances, the slang, and the rhythm of real speech. Similarly, LifeIn180 emphasizes that real understanding and growth come from applying what we've learned in the real world, not just from books or seminars.


From Knowledge to Action

The transition from acquiring knowledge to actively applying it is where the true magic happens. It’s about putting down the books, stepping away from the seminars, and diving into life head-on. This active participation is where we learn the most, discovering nuances and lessons that can never be taught through words alone. It's about doing, not just theorizing or planning. LifeIn180 champions this active approach to life, encouraging us to contribute, to engage, and to learn through experience.


A Continuous Journey of Growth

My journey has been one of relentless pursuit of truth, both internally and externally. Through years of hard work, seeking answers, and a dedication to personal growth, I’ve reached a point where I can now share these truths with others. But the learning never stops. LifeIn180 is a continuous cycle of growth, learning, and sharing. It's about supporting each other, just as others have supported us, and recognizing that our journey of self-improvement and understanding is never truly complete.

LifeIn180 isn't just a philosophy; it's a call to action—a reminder that we are always evolving, always learning, and always have the capacity to change our lives and the lives of those around us for the better. It's about breaking free from the clutter of past hurts and defenses to embrace a life of openness, growth, and endless possibilities.


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