DJ Khaled is one of this decade’s biggest names in rap and pop. The son of Palestinian immigrants, he’s become a larger-than-life presence in the music world as a DJ, producer and record executive. He’s already released nine albums of his own, and his latest, Major Key, debuted at No. 1 on the Billboard 200 and is nominated for a Grammy.
Resting your greatness is one of the life lessons DJ Khaled talks about in his new book, The Keys.
In a recent interview with David Greene on NPR’s Morning Edition, DJ Khaled explains in fresh words the need for pillows in the process of resting your greatness.
I loved this!
“Have a lot of pillows. I mean that so literally. I’m talking about, you have to rest your greatness, you know? I have a lot pillows in my bed, my tour bus — every time I turn, there’s a pillow. You know, if I turn to the left, the right. If I turn my whole body. If my leg moves. It’s just pillows everywhere.
“Pillows are important. When you’re supposed to sleep, you’ve gotta sleep like a king or a queen. Every time you turn, there should be something comfortable to greet you, and that softness reminds you of parts of your body. It’s time to relax.”
This is a little different way to say, “you need to go buy some pillows and get some rest.”
 http://www.npr.org/2017/01/06/506305611/dj-khaled-throws-us-the-keysUntil next time, remember,
You are not alone.
You are not your circumstances.
You have everything within you to live a purpose-filled life.