What is your life about? Or, what should your life be about? How do you know? Do you have a central goal, a driving purpose? Or do you feel like life just happens to you, one thing after another, like you’re simply drifting along, being pushed in different directions, swaying with the ever-changing winds?
Do you believe that you even have a choice in the matter of what you should do? Or do you believe you’re ‘destined’ to do a certain thing? How can you tell for sure what’s right?
And still yet, do you believe that there IS an external world? Is the world real, unreal? What does reality actually mean?
There are answers to these questions, but none of them will come to you automatically – they have to be discovered. And there is ONE field of study that can help you do that: philosophy.
To quote Ayn Rand:
“Philosophy studies the fundamental nature of existence, of man, and of man’s relationship to existence…the special sciences are the trees, but philosophy is the soil which makes the forest possible.”
In life, we are constantly presented with questions such as the ones above, and it is philosophy that helps give us the tools to answer them.
My purpose behind Radiant Health Enterprises is to be a catalyst; to be an advocate of philosophy. Of ideas. To cause you to dig deeper into your mind and to ask new questions in new ways, from new perspectives. I won’t attempt to give you 12 volumes of writings on what it means to have a philosophy, or the right philosophy – Ayn Rand has already done that in her works. But what I will attempt to do, is to spark in you some interest, some curiosity, some tiny motivation – that will open you to the idea of exploring it yourself.
Radiant Health Enterprises is designed to do three things:
- Bring conscious thought to choosing your ideas.
- Integrate those ideas with your other beliefs so that you are consistent in your thinking.
- Live out those ideas in action.
That’s what RHE is all about. The only way to take your life from where it is now, to where you want it to be – is ideas (philosophy). If your ideas stay the same, so will you. So here, I offer you some new ones. In the social world we live in, everyone holds up their ideas for people to see (in one way or another); this is how I choose to give you mine.
I wish you the best.