Living A Courageous Life

We are all trying to fit into our own world that we are live in. But with all those important and necessary labels, expectations and standards, it becomes rather unhealthy. For example, society portraying their definition of “perfect” is wrong on so many levels.

How? What’s my reasoning and proof of this belief/theory?

Well I can say a few things. But the main problem about the whole perfection goal that society demands us to become and follow in reality: is that its unhealthy because it’s not reality. For example, people say to ask ourselves when we want to do something, “is this realistic?”. But in all reality it is. And another definition that comes to mind here is how we define the term: impossible and possible.

We think so many things are impossible and some things need to stay impossible because they shouldn’t happen. These things need to stay and remain impossible because they aren’t good for our society and for our world.

Next, being perfect doesn’t work anymore because no one and most things aren’t perfect. And that’s not gonna change anytime in the future. Striving for perfection only causes more problems and more struggles to succeed perfection. So I want to proper everyone to stop striving for perfection and rather more towards imperfect.

We are all human and part of being human is making mistakes. We will continue to make mistakes and that’s part of being our imperfect selves. It’s our time to change how we view perfect and choose imperfect instead this time.

For the fact that life is never formed into the life we all want to live the way we want, we have to come with acceptance of the terms that a lot of things in life that we want won’t come easy nor the way we want or expect. We have to accept that these things we want in our lives will come to us just taking the long cut to the finish line.

If you want something badly enough, you need to start working on the terms of what is necessary and needed in order to earn the results which are the things you want in your life. And that won’t be an easy path nor simple. It’s rather challenging enough to change us for the better. Doing so means stepping outside of our comfort zone (where change happens) and allow yourself to experience everything with mindfulness (without judgements and be present in the moment), challenge yourself no matter how hard it may get and which also includes committing to this whole process in order to gain the things you want. Like Amelia Shepherd quotes:

“If you aren’t willing to keep looking for light in the darkest of places without stopping, even when it seems impossible, you will never succeed.”

If you want something badly enough, you’ll do whatever you have to do and what it takes to earn what you want in your life. Remember, you only get to live one life, so make it worthwhile!

It does take a lot in someone to do something like this. But as impossible as it may be to achieve, it’s possible. Many people have pulled off and successfully achieved the impossible. If they can, then anyone can!

Why do we go with the flow? Why take an easier road? Why are we playin’ it safe? Love came to show us the way. Love is a chance we should take. I’m movin’ out of the gray!

We seem to take the easy road because then we don’t have to be challenged which we don’t like a lot of the time. But as much as that may be, we must put ourselves out there and do all that it takes within ourselves to challenge ourselves to change for the better of our own selves.

Nothing is impossible yet impossible seems to be so hard to beat. To beat that we as human beings are possible of achieving and becoming the impossible! But in order to do that you must follow what Alice Kingsleigh inspires: “The only way to achieve the impossible is to believe it is possible.

Nothing is impossible and it all starts from inside. And by that I mean your brain, it’s where the control and all else that it takes and involves to do anything you set your mind to.

“Dreamers need to stick together.” ~ Tomorrowland
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