it’s all up to me. for me. for you, it’s all up to you. for him, paul chefurka learned it wasn’t ‘my job to save the world, but rather to act as authentically as I could, and let destiny take care of itself.’ wanting to save the world is an illusion, an attachment that can lead to despair and frustration. better to be joyful, to dance and sing, to taste reality truly, madly, deeply. only in saving yourself is there any hope of saving others.