Mission Zero: Safety

Mission Zero: Safety

Mission Zero: Safety

I believe that every person has safety in their head in some way, but some have not really committed to safety in their heart. When safety moves to the heart, then it becomes real. This is when you’re willing to help others who might not be working in a safe manner. This is my perception of how it works. When you meet an individual that you would like to have a relationship with – it starts in your mind. Over the course of time, something changes that relationship and it moves from your head to your heart, and eventually it turns into a love story. When you fall in love with a person, it changes you. Safety can be the same way. When you’re sharing safety from the heart, it’s real, emotional and sincere. That’s when you become concerned for others and focus on the members being able to go home safely to their family. That’s how important safety has to be. When you make a choice, you always have to understand what the consequences are. If the choice is wrong, it can affect your family, your relationship with your spouse and the course of your life if the consequences are severe enough. Safety really has to come from the heart.