They Named a Dinosaur After Me


Did you know it is still possible to discover a new species of creature and have it named after you? Like me, you might’ve believed it was possible, but it would require years of sweaty, deadly work in a jungle somewhere off the map. Not so.

There was an article in today’s paper about a guy who actually discovered a new species of crayfish in a creek in South Carolina. Only a few hours away from where I live.

Can you believe that? He actually got a crawdad named after him.

What does this mean for me, for you, for The Art of Living? It means anything is possible. Write a book. Break a Guinness World Record. Run a marathon. Find a heretofore unnamed creature in your backyard. Yes, it’s possible.

The only question…the only question…the only question…have I made myself clear with the repetition? The only question you need to ask yourself about anything is, how bad do you want it?

Go on out there and show us what The Art of Living means in your life.

Wouldn’t it be cool to be the person defies gravity or discovers a new element? Yes, it would. Yes, it’s possible. Send me pics when you do it.

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