Like most of us, I’m still trying to understand what the future will look like and how we can get to the end first. What I have come to realize is that change is inevitable. But how we respond and pivot in moments of change is within our control. It is wise to practice the art of being comfortable with the uncomfortable. Although, individually, I’m enervated of uncomfortably bearing and upsetting the ones I love.
I indeed authenticate and grasp that change always takes place within ourselves. Each of us has an individual responsibility to ourselves, our loved ones, and our communities to cultivate ways to be positive difference makers. When we talk about being agents of change, within yourselves or community, the thought process is usually about changing society as a whole. We often hear people say, “I want to do something that’ll change the world.” If we want to do something that will change the world, we must be open to evolve and grow ourselves first. Grudgingly, I solely dedicate myself to the world’s blissfulness, abandoning my personal growth and unavoidably disappointing the ones deeply devoted to myself.
Each day we (I) can simplify our lives while decluttering our minds. When we intentionally focus on managing ourselves, our energy, time, and our environments, we put ourselves in better positions to love others and embark on actual progress. While none of us honestly knows what the future holds, we can do something today to not be prisoners of someone else’s or our effervescent expectations. We can take down the mental fences around our existence while notwithstanding engage in random acts of kindness everywhere we go. With life, today, and this moment, we can courageously seek to discover our outer limits and reach for them. We can always endeavour in our pursuits to be different and uncommon.
And bear in mind, I am impalpable just like you. I’m at times destabilize, cry tempestuously, and crave a manner of living without a lesson of continuous learning. You are not alone.
Never stop believing, asking the question ‘Why?’ and being unique.
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