Don’t stress. Don’t worry. Don’t spend time thinking that you aren’t deserving. Don’t hold yourself back when you know you should do something. Forget that whole “life is to short” idea, and revel in the fact that you are simply alive now and every minute should mean potential. Potential to grow and achieve. Potential to reach for your stars.
Life is not too short. We are all here to do what we are here to do. Time in this reality is moving, and I’m am not saying that it isn’t precious, but really it’s all about potential. Time is a commodity that you can not acquire. All you can hope for is the potential to do what you are supposed to do here.
If you have ever had an opportunity lost due to inactivity on your part, then you might feel like life is short. You might feel like your opportune time passed you by and you simply missed it, but that doesn’t make a lot of sense. I know plenty of people that hold onto those ideas and really beat themselves up about them. The fact is that no opportunity is ever gone. Life changes. We all grow. Take your lost opportunities and refile them in the smart lesson learned category from now on.
What do you have to lose by letting go of your past frustrations and moving forward with each new precious minute living, knowing that you are stronger and smarter than you were before your last life lesson? You have time. You have as much time as it takes to accomplish what you need to do in life. People will say that you can get struck by lightning or hit by a bus, so live to the fullest, but what is missing in that statement is that even such occurrences are potential and meant to happen. Don’t live in fear that your time is running out, just use every minute towards your advantage.
Don’t stress. Don’t worry. You are meant to be here. You are meant to grow and achieve everything that you want in life. If you aren’t receiving enough from your situation then it’s time to refocus and figure out what you want from this world. You are ready to move forward. “We have nothing to fear, but fear itself” Franklin D. Roosevelt.