An Invitation to Live On The Edge

I invite you to show up and operate from an uncommon context. Which context? Please take a look at the following, short, presentation from an ex-colleague of mine, Bruce Kasanoff.

I invite you to go one step further. I invite you to to live from the context “Help this person, with love”

Why have I added “with love” to Bruce’s “Help this person”.  Because there is a world of difference between helping this person with love, or helping without love.  This world of difference shows up both for the helper and the helped. I am not talking theory. I am share my lived experience.

I guarantee that if you show up and operate from the context “help this person, with love” your experience of your living will be transformed. And so will the nature, number, and quality of your relatedness and relationships.

Are you up for testing this out and taking me up on my guarantee?  Perhaps, you are up for joining me just because it speaks for you. Or it shows up as being a great way to live: a way that opens up adventure, invites relationship, and fun.

Finally, I invite you to consider that a new realm of possibilities open up for me, for you, for us, for the world of which we are an integral part, when you and I show up from “Help this person, with love”.

Author: Maz Iqbal

Experienced management consultant working at the intersection of strategy, customer, and technology. Combine a tendency to think strategically with a penchant for getting my hands dirty at the coalface of implementation.

9 thoughts on “An Invitation to Live On The Edge”

    1. Hello Gautam

      I welcome your participation! Let’s play on the edge. Life shows up as adventurous on the edge. Is living only living when one lives on the edge?

      I do know that I get joy out of helping my fellow human beings from a context of love. This shows up for me as a game worth playing, a life worth living.

      As the existentialist would say “What is it that your are willing to give your life to? What project, what possibility, what cause, what stand? Put differently, given that you will die, what do you choose for your life to be about?”

      With my love
      Maz

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      1. Hi Maz,

        Is living only living when one lives on the edge? – Life is this & that distinction for me.

        what do you choose for your life to be about? – at the moment i am holding the space for transformations to happen in my life as i open up to various contextual shifts.

        Namaste,

        Gautam

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  1. There are no ordinary moments. Including everything and excluding nothing, existence itself is a magical mystery. And as one of my favorite quotes from the movie goes, “There is never nothing going on.” And what a miracle to witness.~ The peaceful warrior movie.

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    1. Hello Gautam
      The Peaceful Warrior is one of my favourite books. And yes, it has many lessons within it that are worthy of being lived. Thank you for sharing this quote and making a difference to my existence.

      With my love
      maz

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      1. Hello Maz,

        I appreciate & acknowledge the life changing distinctions you share on this blog.
        I have taken so many of them & live into them & have used so many to make a contextual change in my life. Thank you for being so simple & clear with your stories.

        Namaste,

        Gautam

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      2. Hello Gautam,

        I thank you for being in communication with me. Your existence makes a wonderful difference and contribution to my existence. To hear that my speaking, my living, makes a difference to your life leaves me with tears on my face.

        Namaste,
        Maz

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  2. “Wherever we are and whatever we’re doing, our higher self is holding us in a space of constant allowing and forgiveness; There is always an opportunity to wake up and break through.” – Jennifer McLean

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