Someplace I read- sometimes, problems have to get worse, before they can get better. Arguments have to get more intense before they can get resolved. Fears have to be faced before they can be conquered. Consequences must be encountered before they can be understood. So, if you had the time and challenged some of your excuses- what would you like to do? What would you do differently?
Trust the process of life- never forgetting that you are the conductor of the melodious symphony of your life. The fear of losing what you have encourages you to hold on to the status quo, yet this makes the process of the course of life more difficult. You are on the edge of a new frontier. There is something magical happening, its destiny’s new look. Blue skies are forming on your celestial horizon; and now you are able to see that rather than roadblocks or obstacles, all you go through, are in fact stepping stones.
Are you willing to work? Don’t let anyone else fight your battles. Confident through your inner core- paradoxically, expressing your doubts take more strength of character than hiding them. Your position in the world will be strong, if you remain true to your feelings. Validation from others is not needed. Do not worry if things stop moving forward for a little while, just as you need to pull back on a bow in order to shoot an arrow, giving you the opportunity to aim for your dreams. Happiness is not just a pleasure, it is an obligation!
You can’t rest on your laurels now. You have set things in motion. A new sense of personal power is emerging; and also a desire to no longer simply go through the motions. Suddenly, life is more precious and you are ready to not just live it, but enjoy it! Don’t stay on the sidelines, to remove barriers, accept irrevocable changes- it is a magical tour of mind, body and soul. Wake up to the fact that things don’t have to be a certain way; you have the power to construct the kind of life you want. Life is a great adventure with risks to be taken and glory to be won!
By Diana BenAvides
This writing is property and copyright of its author…Diana Benavides.
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