If you take the word ‘remarkable’ literally, you will find out the meaning:
Someone or something that is remarkable is unusual or special in a way that makes people notice them and be surprised or impressed. (1)
Most of the time it is all about being outstanding, famous, extraordinary, or striking.
Better, higher, faster, taller and having more money, a bigger house, many cars, a yacht or maybe a helicopter.
Stop thinking in categories and attributes.
These categories and these collected facts are all standard measurements. They are all average beliefs and not really remarkable.
Life is a perception to the eyes of the beholder.
Don’t try to be like the commercial industry loves to see us, don’t copy others. (Video)
Against all odds!
1:400.000.000.000.000 YOU were born!
You are here, even if we didn’t notice you! Up to now!
Today is your day and that is magic. That is remarkable!
You live in a remarkable world, in a remarkable age, with remarkable possibilities.
Perceive others as remarkable and because of this, you will show your own remark-abilities too.
Reading & Inspiration Tip:
Sir Ken Robinson (2009): The Element: How Finding Your Passion Changes Everything. Penguin Books
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