If you look back, you slow down and they catch up. If you look down, you'll trip over a lot of trash thrown your way. But if you look up, you will always see the endless sky. That tight feeling you get when you start something new. The burning muscles during training, the lump in your stomach during an im-portant meeting, the feeling of hunger during a diet: these may seem like sig-nals to stop. The majority - with almost negligible exceptions - save themselves from life. They tiptoe through life all the way to the grave. If you look at the people, passers-by on the street, most of them are like the undead. They are just dragging themselves. There is no life in them, no fire in them, their eyes are empty, the glow that was still there as a child has disappeared. What most people call life is really just a desecration of the priceless gift we have been given. The wonderful op-portunity to create something. Let's make the world a better place. Let's make a masterpiece out of our live.