When you are connected to your true self and purpose, and you are on a mission, it is easier to make a difference in people’s life, and for others to be touched by you.
We can see it with our hero, Mister Rogers.
Mister Rogers had a mission to help kids to express their feelings in way that would bring healing in many different neighborhoods.
He conveyed his messages in his unique way, and talked from his heart and soul. No wonder we all fell in love with him.
When President Nixon wanted to cut on PBS TV budget, Mister Rogers, in his simplicity yet touching words, convinced Sen. John O. Pastore, the chairman of the subcommittee, to grant the budget PBS needed. Pastore, who had never seen Rogers’ show, was touched by the speech. Pastore said, “I’m supposed to be a pretty tough guy, and this is the first time I’ve had goose bumps ….Looks like you just earned the $20 million.”
Mister Rogers was connected to his true self, and was devoted to serve humanity. He was a man of inspiration, and left a legacy in our heart. He followed his mission; he created a unique show, that wasn’t similar to any other show. Thus is his huge success and legacy.
Can’t we all learn from Mister Rogers?
He had a mission. He conveyed an important and unique message to humanity.
He created unique program that reflected his higher purpose, and impacted so many of us.
He left a legacy.
Now, that’s I call a success!!!