When I do good, I feel good. When I do bad, I feel bad. That is my religion. -Abraham Lincoln, as quoted by Matt.
If you’re a fan of “Where the Hell is Matt?“, you’ll especially appreciate the message of this video that we are more alike than we are different. . If you’ve never heard of Matt, who started on the road to Internet fame as “a 36-year-old deadbeat from Westport, Connecticut who used to think that all he ever wanted to do in life was make and play videogames,” visit his website to learn more.
The long and the short of it, though, is that “Matt thinks travel is important. It helps us learn what we’re capable of, that the path laid in front of us isn’t the only one we can choose, and that we don’t need to be so afraid of each other all the time.
“Matt used to think you were either good at something or bad at something and there wasn’t much you could do to change it. He wishes he’d learned sooner that you can get better at most things just by doing them over and over again. It really is that simple.”
Live in Joy. We need more of it.