I dare you
It's said that posing the right question is more important than finding all answers. I totally believe that. One of my favorite ones is: What is most important?
It derives from the depth of our existence. When my mother died from breast cancer, I decided to take it as a lesson when I felt a knot in my own chest: What would I do if I only had three months left to live? What would you do? I dare you to ask yourself.
All your decisions will become clearer, more distinct and true from the depths of your heart. Oh, to relish life like that! Who would you call? What would you say? Why don't you now then?
That's my secret to peace. (I returned to Hawaii.)