• December 2, 2020

Let’s Talk the “Nucleus Theory”: Fault, Responsibility & the World Around Us

 Let’s Talk the “Nucleus Theory”: Fault, Responsibility & the World Around Us

Baltimore, MD-

Somewhere in between eating some of the finest cuisine possible, I was able to find a life lesson in my trip to Dallas. While sitting on my best friend’s plush couch in his beautiful home, I discovered “The Nucleus Theory”.

It’s an idea that highlights our involvement with the universe around us. I don’t think I’ve ever realized how we are not the product of our environments, but we are our environments. Our daily actions, decisions, successes, failures, and fears echo into the world around us.

I found myself sitting in the middle of chaos as some of my closest friends and family begin to display some of my bad habits.

It’s not my fault that these people have chosen this but it is my responsibility to be the best example possible for others. It’s our responsibility to live our lives with the volume on 10, sharing exemplary leadership, decision making, resilience, character, and love.

This is “The Nucleus Theory”

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