Our lives are a compilation of every moment that brought us to today. Knowing that, it should be apparent to all of us that every moment is precious, especially as we’re living it. Yet most, if not all, of us forget this and get caught up in the tragedies of our past and our fear of the unknown that is the future. Let me show you how I live in the now.
You may not be an academic, or particularly good at something, but that doesn’t mean you should stop learning. Learning creates opportunities to do and be more than you are today, and helps you avoid the dramas that come with complacent lives. You’re meant for more, and I have 3 ways to help you keep learning!
Don’t push others to celebrate the Family you have or in the way you do. Not everyone has that today, and even if they do, they may not have the relationship with them you expect them to, but it’s not your place to push for it either. People don’t live by your expectations, they live the way they’re meant to.
Sushant Singh Rajput inspired self-acceptance and the perseverance to fully understand oneself physically, mentally, and emotionally. But most importantly, how one fits into this beautiful universe. Inspired by one of his last posts, on the anniversary of his passing, lets expand on what it means to feel and truly be ourselves in a world that wants anything but that.
Everyone has their own path to their own definition of success. There is no one-size-fits-all methodology to life paths, and quite honestly, that’s the beauty of it. But whether you follow society’s path or define your own, there is one thing that holds true for everyone – you must work hard to reach any goal on your path, and that work is best done early.
How bizarre is it that a moment of pure joy could result in a barrage of tears? Especially, when there’s no reason for it. As I think about it, it might have been the fact that I get to be so openly happy because I’m free…while remembering there was a time when I was enslaved.
Every time someone wants to make a case for why you should forgive and accept the people that are your blood relatives, no matter how horrible they may have been or are currently to you, they use the phrase “blood is thicker than water”. However, that is no reason to push someone to accept blood relatives if they don’t want to. Here’s what I’ve learned about this quote and what it means in practical life.
In the past year of the pandemic, more people than ever have come face to face with how unexpected life can be. Now more than ever did it solidify for me that one of the greatest lessons I have learned is that life can change in a matter of seconds. It takes one moment, one minute millisecond, for your entire world to change. So shouldn’t we live life accordingly?