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Live For Today, Plan For Tomorrow

Distinguished novelist Paulo Coelho once said, “One day you will wake up, and there won’t be any more time to do the things you always wanted. Do it now.” It is simple to fall into the mental trap of putting our highest aspirations off into a classification of “Someday.” Yet, no day is ever ensured, so it is prudent that we strategize for the impending future while living intentionally for the moment.

As long as we have the gift of life, we have a irreplaceable opportunity to get better, learn/unlearn/relearn and become agents of change in this world. Each day we can live without fear, learn beyond ego, share without expectations, lead with courage, and love unconditionally.

Presently in my life, my heart overflows with an unadulterated and everlasting appreciation to experience this self-discovery journey called life. Whether our age, young or old, the only limits that genuinely exist are the mental hurdles, we put on our existence. We should dare to cherish a dream. Dare to know we can manifest our dreams if we keep consistency, restraint, faithfulness, and a positive outlook.

We will never have life all figured out, and that is okay. Life is about questions and the journey of living the answers. As long as we have life, we can teach our hearts new ways to feel, beat, love, and seek the truth.

Please don’t feel alone, I’m still learning every day, and I’m proud of my path. It would be best if you were too.

Never stop believing, asking the question ‘Why?’ and being unique.

—Brian Nadon

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