Being You

Life isn’t about following a specific guideline, path, career, or even philosophy. It is about choosing to do the things you desire to do within your lifetime, if working a 9-5 job is how you do it then fine, but if you want travel, write etc. Then you must have to make the sacrifice of a “normal” life for the life you truly want.

This idea comes from the fact that in a lot of posts I write about the Four Pillars and your lives. I do not want to make it seem like this is the only way of life, or that you HAVE to follow the Pillars. They are a guideline to help you on your own path, like the Food Pyramid, Ten Commandments, or even Confucianism. They are all there for your information to use. A stepping stone to make your life better. I really believe that if you follow the Four Pillars strategy then you will have a better life, but if you were to follow a Buddhist Philosophy then the same outcome with commence. Better than what you have now, more peaceful, healthy, etc.

I wrote the four part series on the Pillars as a guide for each Pillar, as each will impact your life differently, and not to mention they are all quite different to master. Some things will transcend multiple Pillars.

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It is not about what you are now, for it is about what you can become. I simply want to make you the best version of you that you can be. That is what I expect out of myself. It would be foolish not to expect that out of any ULCian. The term ULCian is something we haven’t talked about in a while too. Basically it refers to the person reading this blog, as you followed the U.L.C. for some reason or another. More than likely philosophy or self-improvement. ULCians by our definition are self-creators. They create the person they want themselves to be. The Four Pillars is a means to do just that.


Being you is the best thing you can be. Simple as that and I can only hope I aid you in that process.

-Dustin U.L.C.

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