It’s 3 AM and I’m awake. I tell her I’m sorry, and that I love her, but that I have to go home. Then I drop her hand and walk out the front door. If we didn’t stop now, we’d destroy everything.
Be → Do → Have. Not the other way around.
My friend is pro-Action. And so am I.
You can be exceptionally good at something, even if you don’t have the right training, the right education or the right experience. It’s called talent.
It took me three more years to figure out that I was wrong. Nobody had it figured out.
So as much as you love someone, you may have to make the difficult decision to let them go. Sometimes it takes more courage to walk away from a relationship that is all that you ever wanted. How hard it is to say goodbye to the best thing that has happened to you.
A growth-based decision becomes the story of your life later. A fear-based decision turns into regret.
I’m now learning to just let things be.
Sometimes it feels lonely. It feels like you’re the only one who sees the light at the end of the tunnel, what lies on the other side, the magic that could happen if everything goes right.
Things become clockwork. We reach for our phone first thing in the morning or incessantly check social media throughout the day because, well, that’s what we always do. These are habits.