The world is defined as the earth, together with all of its countries, peoples, and natural features. Exploring the entire surface of the world you begin to see something apparent. We are not all the same. From continent to continent landscapes change from mountains to plains to deserts to a busy forest in the midst of the amazon.
As the world moves forward all is in it’s place. Without much further investigation it’s obvious this moment right here, right now is the only moment we have. The magician moves objects with the mind, or so it seems. But, with further investigation there was an illusion about as he boast’s, “It is what it is!” Without much question in mind.
“When the path looks narrow and the opportunity to turn around presents itself there seems to be that voice that call’s, “It’s okay if you stop for now.” Dimming the vision of what was thought attainable. Bringing about the idea that just what if this is it and no more is to come. All of the sudden another voice presents itself… “You’ve got this and don’t stop just yet! You’re almost there!” It was the voice of a friend cheering on from the side line and sometimes you question, what are friends for?”
“Using every moment with pin point precision, there is a reason each person ends up where they do at the end of the day. The hardworking, ambitious college graduate ends up getting the dream job they’ve wanted since a young age. The lazy, last minute college graduate ends up back at home with no direction in mind. It’s not what you do, it’s how you do it.
Developing a balance within the routine of life and envisioning the image of who you are and sticking with it can determine the end result.
“Attempting to visualize everything in it’s place the engineer places each piece in it’s vital position. To understand the world is his job and how to create is his passion. Ultimately the end result is up to the eye of the beholder having a vision of what it is to be. Building a structure that is suppose to last more than a life time, the maker needs to be ready at any given moment, continuing on even after the maker is long gone.”
“So long to the life once lived as a glance at the past is just that, a glance, remembering all the faults, failures and experiences. The one who goes through the depths of hell, risen at the end a stronger individual. Learning that the physical world is not all rainbows, flowers and a dance in the rain. There is a required sense of balance to take on this walk we call life. Trials and tribulations will either make you or break you. To each his own, this is left to perception.
“While attempting to warm up ready to lift the entire weight, the body needs time to prime and start up. A quick run and the blood begins to circulate to the familiar feel of instant adrenaline. Able to continue on through the rough start up and ready for the complete lift of 300 pounds from the power lifter. Paying attention to the body with years of experience and taming of the body results in extraordinary abilities that amateur participants may not be able to compete with. Also, the powerlifter knows when enough is enough.
“The fireman keeps on fighting the blaze from which he is unable to escape. Continuing on with what he knows is right, to go up against the flames until there are none left. Disregarding sleep, alone time and eating right. The main focus is to protect people from the forest that seems to be on fire for ever. Forgetting that physical balance brings clarity which may bring about a new tactic to go up against the inferno.
By the river bank the fisherman waits patiently for the nibble which signifies his next meal and pay day. A few coins per fish he only hopes to eat tonight. Little does anyone know it has been almost a week since he has taken anything home not only for himself but the family he has at home as well. Whistling away looking as if there is no worry in the world up on his face. A feat that he has overcome before, a lesson learned in his adolescence, patience is a virtue.
“As the accomplishments add up and the goals are checked off the list as complete, succession in the game we all play called life begins to take form. The nomad headed for the next city is attempting to believe that the next milestone is only a moment away. As the journey progresses an oasis is found with a pool of water, and food to last a life time. Looking into the water the nomad hear’s a voice, “The world is at your fingertips.” All the worries are gone within an instant of the one who traveled his whole life to find a home. At that moment every worry in the world has disappeared. Home was found at last.”
“Working towards a goal, the hunger to grow thrives within each step of the process towards success and opportunity. Beginning to see the possibilities able to understand that action is required to become a better person. Drilling the concept that anything can change at any moment. To live life to the fullest is to be an opportunist at it’s finest, understanding the risk factor to gain factor by the grains.”