Steven Musielski is one of the most terrific guys I have ever met. We became friends after he sent a message to me on twitter about two years ago. Before the coronavirus pandemic, Steven who is based in United States, would regularly meet men offline at 5.30 AM California time however since10th of April, when 65 people attended including 10 CEOs of public companies, he has been meeting them on Zoom twice a month. Although I have not been regular, each time I attend I learn a lot from Steven and other men that share on the topic of discussion. On October 10th, the last time I attended, the topic was “What have you learned and applied to your life recently?” What two of the men said stood out for me. The first is “Cherish everyday as if it is your last. Allow serendipity to work out for you.” Another man shared how God has been impressing it upon him to do something about homelessness in California. He mentioned that “100,000 people live on the street in California.” I later read that about 600,000 people are experiencing homelessness in United States. This is a reminder that there is a problem to be solved everywhere. Whether in Salt Lake City (Utah State, USA) downtown where I once saw a lot of drug addicts roaming around or Durban (South Africa) with her own homeless people, many who are also addicted to whoonga or heroin, every country or city has its own battle. And like that man that shared that he wants to do something about homelessness, we too should determine to creatively do something however little about the problem around us and make a difference to the lives of vulnerable members of our community.
“My life mission is to impact the thinking of the affluent and the influential.” Steven Musielski