In this interview Kristín Grímsdóttir recounts her story. What struck me most was her courage, her willingness to be open and to remain curious. She has a deep love for people, is facinated to understand what makes them tick and why they do what they do. Not only does she say she believes in the goodness of people, but through this interview she highlighted moments to me that reflected who she truly is.
What exactly is greatness? Greatness is not some grandiose thing or act you will do or achieve. It may be part of it, but it isn’t the whole. It’s being completely in the knowing of yourself; in your purpose even though it may not be clear, but it smiles back at you from a future […]
Our good-ness as humans is what inspires me, it is what drives me, it is what I choose to shine the spotlight on. For in that we can change the stories of loss, to stories of courage, connection and community.
We live in a society of waste. Living in gratitude moves us from seeing what we have now, as a gift. We move from lack to abundance. We then discover the purpose of every moment and everything.
What we do affects others. By showing what is possible for you, you open the possibilities of what’s available for others.