Now, more than ever, I must try to see who I am, and face the consequences of that discovery. I can tell I'm nothing, but this does not mean anything. I have to behave that way.

I must get rid of this false notion that I don't have any responsibility for my life. Being nothing and knowing that I'm nothing is a great wisdom, and a responsibility to build up my world, from nothing.

I've been tired for too long, so I have to start dreaming again. It might feel like it’s night but I remember it's the darkest before the light of dawn. I try to love myself again, imagine new future and remake my world. 

It takes a courage to accept responsibility for the position I have found myself in. It takes courage to accept my mistakes and to acknowledge my poor choices. It takes courage to admit weaknesses and admit I need to change.

The greatest courage is the courage to take responsibility for my own life and to take action to live a life I want. 

Can I do it? Will I do it? Believe me, it's a huge question, it's taking destiny in my own hands, controlling it and creating something new. 

I like astronomy but I hate those scientific names like dark matter, black holes, white dwarfs... it's so stupid. I strongly believe that there is only one force in the universe, it is intent - the vision in my mind that I plan to do or achieve.

The entire universe have no choice but to bend itself according to my intent, my mental states in which I commit myself to a course of many, many actions. Having the clear vision to do something tomorrow is an example of an intent. 

My intent, like many other mental states, represent possible states of affairs in which I find myself, that is to say... my life.

Intent is not a thought, or an object, or a wish. Intent is what can make a man succeed when his thoughts tell him that he is defeated. It operates in spite of the warrior's indulgence. Intent is what makes him invulnerable. Intent is what sends a shaman through a wall, through space, to infinity. - Carlos Castaneda

Don't confuse intent with intentions although the two words bear visual resemblance they are essentially very different. It's been said that the road to hell is paved with good intentions, and that is utterly correct.

Intentions are the things you want and hope and plan to do, but intent is the unwavering image held in the heart of your soul.

Intent is the certainty and clarity, an unwavering vision held firmly in the mind, which serves as the direct link between past and future. By holding the clear picture I project it to universe. Without intent universe has nothing to manifest, nothing to create.

Intent is the vision I project unceasingly onto the silent screen of universe while universe reflects my will by yielding up the information required to accomplish it. 

Intent does not yield to reason or common sense. It is defined with the sharpest clarity without doubts and confusion, a vision cut away from the very source of myself - from nothing.