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“Make your moments count”

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Jeb Corliss

Embracing Fear and Embracing Life

Jeb Corliss: It all about perspective

Once I accepted the inevitability of death I became free to truly live my life. My time in this world is limited but the things I can do with that time are not. Life is just a bunch of experiences I’m having till I die, that’s it, it’s simple and I am just trying to make those experiences as amazing as I possibly can.

 

I constantly see the term “no fear” as if a person shouldn’t experience a natural human emotion that evolution has developed to protect us. I think that is silly and futile. I think we need to “Know Fear”, understand fear, and do the things that bring us joy and enrich our lives despite fear.

We can’t have courage without fear. I respect those who feel their fear completely and allow it to flow through them. That is what I feel the core of 3777 is, it’s facing the biggest fear humanity has ever faced, DEATH, and then places it directly on our chest as a constant reminder that it’s not on some distant horizon, it’s ever-present. 

 

Jeb Corliss poses for camera in California.

Don’t do the things that bring you joy in life and death will still take you.

Don’t ride motorcycles, still die.

Don’t jump from planes, still die.

Don’t dive with sharks, still die.

Don’t travel the world experiencing new cultures and people, still die.

Sit on your couch and do nothing, and still die. 

For me, 3777 is an understanding of one’s mortality. It’s freeing to understand our time is limited. It helps me embrace the world in which I live and forces me to make the most out of the little time I get to exist. I do everything in my power to make my moments count… 

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