“Why go after the itch when it can wait until you are done, priorities are standards not to be taken lightly. Taking the time to build foundation is key to a beautiful structure that is sturdy. Nothing comes in a minutes time, dedication and hard-work are the currency to pay karma on the other side of time. Stable construction with breaks in between are necessary but why kick your feet up to relax when there’s plenty more hours on the clock that hangs from the wall. Find what you love and time will be irrelevant.”
It’s so easy to get distracted by the busy world we live in. Looking for the next thing to satisfy that itch within the soul that just wants to take a break. Always searching for that content to fill the void that’s really not there. When all the energy is gone and the body seems to be putting around. Empty time on the wall, wondering how to fill it ever so quickly.
It’s time to be patient so you can listen to the inner-voice to tell you what you love to do. I ask you this, do you have your priorities straight? Keep in mind the fun and satisfaction will always be easily accessible. What is not, is the sense of loving what you do every minute of the day. If you find this may your soul be at peace forever. Time is limited; Love is not.
Do you have fear of missing out on tonight’s extravagant event? Is there a HUGE party going on at the end of the street? Did someone tell you about that great movie that’s THREE HOURS LONNNNNNNNNG?
Sure we all want to fill the void of time with something right? Refuse to watch your own life walk by, take control of your actions and be who you were destined to be. The outside world will always be there for you, it has plenty of time.
Written By: Will
Great post, Will 🙂
I have no fear of missing out on the events listed above, which is funny because I am a very social person. It’s always nice to relax a little, and let my hair down. But…..priorities! At the moment there are other things that need doing. I’ll relax when I sleep 😉
I DO, however, fear missing out on bettering myself and helping others, even if just one person. I fear missing out on opportunities to do those things. I fear not showing love (not the romantic kind) in the correct way.
It’s so easy to lose focus when fun is always available – and let’s face it, growth and change are not always fun. Hard work to achieve a goal is not always fun. Having responsibilities to fulfill is not always fun.
And yet those things, those priorities, have outcomes that are not only fun, but rewarding in so many other amazing ways! 😉