Life — We Are All Just Passing Through

Life is a Finite Experience.

At least two things in life are certain — you were born and you will die. Life is transient. For us nothing within it is permanent. One day you and your reality will cease to exist.

There are two sides to this story. On one side a dark, anxiety-filled, empty space may exist from fear of death and fear of the unknown. Persistent despair that there is no fountain of youth, depression that your existence is not eternal.

The other side is actually encouraging…if you allow it to be. It’s the realization that nothing is permanent. Nothing is permanent means that within everything exist the opportunity for change. If you don’t like something you can change it. If you want to accomplish something you can go for it. If you want to redefine who you are you can create it.

It means we each are writers authoring the greatest personal story that will ever come to be — the story of our life. You get to choose if fear will be the opposition that runs and inhibits you. Will your character be static or dynamic? It’s beautiful that you have the power to decide.

Just passing through means each moment is new, every experience is different and opportunities are consistently created. Just passing through means endless possibilities throughout life.

Where you are in life right now, whatever you may be going through, may feel like you’re stuck in time. The experience may feel like it’s never ending. The good news is it’s not. You can decide to change it. If you don’t like what you are experiencing then you can decide that you refuse to continue letting it be your reality. You can decide that it will not be your ongoing story for your finite experience of life. Just making the choice has energy and power in it.

Remove the limitations.

Life is finite and we’re all just passing through. Are you making the most of your life?

Candra Adia is a transformational life coach, writer and motivational speaker. She resides in Los Angeles, and sometimes Cleveland. Connect with her at, on Facebook or watch her videos on YouTube.

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