Over time, I finally accepted that I am not a failure – everything I was a learning experience. My road bumps were lessons.
Fantasizing can give you purpose. It can be the map that guides you, the building blocks to flesh out your future so you can head towards it as best you can.
When you are SERIOUS about your dream-catching, you will use every bit of time that belongs to you.
We claim that happiness is the ultimate goal in life. And often, we associate this pursuit of happiness with obtaining a stable job, a certain amount of money, having a relationship, or simply reaching a certain goal.
Setting a lot of goals is easy. Having the awareness to only pursue the ones that matter is difficult.
The lie we all believe is that you have to stick with it. You can’t quit. You are what you are. But that’s not true.
Waiting for inspiration will do you no good, you have to get to work regardless of whether you’re inspired or not.
Don’t believe in dreams, believe in goals.
With it, my dream came back, and it is bigger than ever. And this time, I’m not giving up on it. I have wasted too much time already, and I have learned a valuable lesson: The chances you didn’t take can haunt you.
You got what you wanted, but not what you’re searching for. Because you’re searching for life, something meaningful, and that’s not life – no matter how hard we try and make it be.