Our greatest growth occurs when we are younger. When we are children, risking, daring, falling down and embarrassing ourselves is all part of growing up. This creates a link between risk and growth. But, as adults, we find habits, addictions and comfort zones to hide out in, not even knowing we are doing it until we are on our deathbeds looking back. Kicking ourselves. For not living more dangerously. For not taking more risks. I picture a nursing home or a hospice in my future: “Nurse! What’s that loud noise in room 228? Oh its old man Marciniak kicking himself.” So I leave you with today’s thought. That there might be a risk or two you should be taking. Now its a risk. But as Dr. Viscott stated, “If you cannot risk, you cannot grow. If you cannot grow, you cannot become your best. If you cannot become your best, you cannot be happy. And if you cannot be happy, what else maters?” Here is to happiness!