Stop being that way! I can feel all the frowns coming at me, but seriously, I have come across several people lately who complain about their lives, but they don’t want to do anything about it. To change, we have to take some risks and explore new territory. Why are there so few people willing to change? You rather live in misery? None of my business, right? True, but I can’t help but say, hey, don’t complain if you don’t want to change your life.
The only ones willing to change are those who have been up against the wall with serious health problems or other stressful situations. Why wait until crisis strikes? Life is frigging short!
Fear is what holds people back, but being a coward never got you anywhere. Fear of money, fear of other people’s opinions, fear of the boss, fear that you’re-not-good-enough. Fear of taking one step toward change.
There is only one person like you, and you have gifts to share.
Why waste in on mind-numbing TV?
What is your passion right now? What could you do that would light you up? You know that old hobby you shoved to the back of the closet… that’s the one. Or the classes you’ve been wanting to explore. NOW is the time.
Stand stronger in who you really are every day and feel the fierceness and longing take hold and carry you onward to something so much more exciting.
I’ve never lived a conventional life. I can’t say it has been easy, but I could never conform, not for any length of time. Truth to tell, I’m not a rebel at all, but I’m thoroughly sick and tired of the conventional world, the gossip and the chit-chat, the greed and the selfishness. Activities that lead to nowhere. Where is the meaning?
I spend a lot of time alone since it feeds my soul. I listen to the silence, and it’s enough for me. That’s not me, you say. What are you then? Stop the numbness already. Be or become that person who lives from within with passion and purpose. It’s all in there.
Bring that gift to the world! We need it.
That’s what I’m doing –to the best of my ability.
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