We come into this existence as a blank canvas. The lens we view the world through is a result of the indoctrination and experiences we are either taught/consume as a child.
It is therefore our responsiblity to ensure our children are raised as free thinkers, with an acute appreciation of love and humanity. Only then can they make the right choices and paint the beauty of their own unique life.
There is no rule that says you have to be doing a million things at once. No where in the nonexistent life handbook is there a statement that tells you to worry about everything that has yet to happen.
2. Don’t analyze the situation.
Once you begin to analyze the situation, you’re creating an imaginary outcome.
3. Accept that there is only so much that can be done.
You can’t control everything, and you can’t go back in time and change anything. These are not bad things.
4. Trust in something bigger than yourself.
Trusting in something bigger than you let’s you focus on your tasks. You don’t have to worry about the how. You don’t have to get overwhelmed with the details.
5. Find the beauty in every moment, even the horrible ones.
Look for the lesson. There is beauty in horrible situations if you look at it objectively and you always have the option of removing yourself from my situation or person that drains your energy and brings you down – it’s liberating!
Everything will happen for you all of a sudden. All the blood, sweat, tears, anxiety, depression, disappointments will (finally) all make sense and you will be thankful that you didn’t give up. Blessings are coming. Believe that!
What is meant for you will happen for you in a way which we could never expect or explain. Nothing can get in the way of it and how it will enter your life. Just be in a state of constant gratitude and focus your mind on your vision. Believe in it.