These mornings I wake up and life is good but it has yet to be complete. I can wake up and look around, I feel good, I'm in good health, I have people who love me and whom I love. Life should be complete and I can say for the most part it is.....
Life is this set of experiences that we conceive and stitch together. Each and every day we have the ability of setting foundations for our own paths and we're all trying our best to do great things in whatever way we see fit.
Lately I've come to realize that time is a novel concept but a valuable commodity. It determines how you perceive and intend on living. Lately I've been utilizing my time to work on myself. Over the last few years I've manifested a life that is true to me. However in the last year or so I've also let this manifestation ride out while forgetting to be an active participant in the process. This lack of engagement has led to a derailing of sorts in my own life.
I live a life now where I am doing things I don't want to do and getting more and more comfortable with the incentives of this existence...but inside I know it's not for me. I get excited by the things I want to purse not the things others intend. I choose to validate this process by questioning my role and purpose , coming to the realization that something needs to change.
Change needs to happen now.
I've chosen to get back on track and move forward with my wants and needs. Over the last week or so I've begun the process of self learning and have thought of new possibilities and new beginnings.
Sometimes things don't always pan out the way we thought. I've learned this lesson quite a few times already and I think I continue to face this lesson because I continue lying to myself.
I envision a life where I am nomadic, where I am traveling, where I am free. I need to go find the places in which this life is true. And I need not stop until I find it.
This is where the real work begins. See it's easy to accept and grow comfortable; it's far harder to push oneself to strive for the truest of your inner wants.
So today I make a promise to myself.
I PROMISE TO STOP COMPROMISING MYSELF !!
“I always wonder why birds choose to stay in the same place when they can fly anywhere on the earth, then I ask myself the same question.” ― Harun Yahya
Father, traveler, self trained creative, and spectator of life. The quest is to live a life intentionally, to construct a life of my choosing. I left the comfort of home at the age of nineteen and have been enjoying the Viaje as it unfolds ever since