The Creative Life

Dream as if you’ll live forever – believe

The reality we all want to live and the reality that is our reality right now, are two separate and different worlds in which society believes society is fine on many things and views of their own.

But according to David Nix from the character in Tomorrowland (2015) has real proof of what’s happening and where I’m going with this.

David Nix: The probability of widespread annihilation kept going up. The only way to stop was to show it. To scare people straight. What reasonable human being would be galvanize by the potential destruction of everything they’ve ever known or loved. To save civilization, I would show its collapse. But how do you think this vision was received? How do you think people responded to the prospect of imminent doom?

They gobbled it up in a chocolate eclair. They didn’t fear their demise, they repackaged it. It can be enjoyed as video games, tv shows, books, movies, the entire world, whole-heartedly embraced the apocalypse. But sprinted towards with gleeful abandon. Meanwhile your earth was crumbling all around you. Civil ten years epidemics of obesity and starvation, explain that one?

Bees and butterflies start to disappear, the glaciers melt, the algae glooms, all around you, the calamine canaries are dead and you won’t take the hint. In every moment there is a possibility of a better future, but you people won’t believe it. And because you won’t believe it, you won’t do what is necessary to make it a reality.

So you dwell on this whole terrible future, you resign yourselves to it. One reason because that future doesn’t ask anything of you today. So yes you saw the iceberg, you were on the Titanic, but you all just steered for it full steam ahead. Why? Because you want to sink. You gave up. It’s not the monitor’s fault, that’s yours.

Breathe, courage ~ Be you, bravely

The diamond life is defined to me as the perfect life that all of us or many of us have dreamt of having to live in our lives.

Yet we have all been let down. And we beat ourselves up for setting our expectations of our life too high. But we shouldn’t beat ourselves up for that. If our dreams don’t scare you, they aren’t big enough. So dream another dream that’s bigger with risks, sacrifice, chances and much more great things in life!

If we all had the chance and opportunity to really own our life, what would you do? What would your life look like? What kind of important things/qualities/events/milestones would be in your life?

What do you really want in your life? Anything at all, what would make you happy? Other than money, money may be important in many ways and reasons with living and it’s own priority; it doesn’t make anyone happy.

It won’t last and the most priceless moments in lives with those we surround ourselves with are those important moments in life that are worth so much more than those that involve spending money.

Yeah even those things and events we spend our earned money on are possible to make them process regardless of what it costs us.

So create the life you want to the absolute fullest.

May my heart be kind, my mind be fierce and my spirit brave

You want to be comfortable in your own skin, to love yourself? Then starting working on yourself. You want to be at peace with yourself for all that you are, flaws and all?

If you are unsure of where or how to start on your road to self love, do some research online, visit the library or speak with mental health professionals or an advocate.

Learn that way as well as others who are on the same path as you.

Learn from each other! You want to be an example for others? Work hard and dedicate enough of your life and time to loving yourself and the rest will work on its natural path as you progress.

When it comes down to loving oneself as they are, it’s hard to do that because of society being a huge portion of that and the other being with how our life has gone and the traumatic moments that have changed us and taught us to not only learn from it but also be different ourself.

And it’s also very clear that loving ourself unconditionally is one of the hardest things anyone will ever do.

Love you to the moon and back.
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