Note: I did not edit this post. It was handwritten initially, and I didn’t want to disturb the moment in which it was derived from. If it reaches you and is beneficial to you, I am glad. If not, God bless you on any and every one of your endeavors. I call this Dream Catchers because we who share that positive energy will soon surface, and before we know it our dreams will be realized on every level we’ve worked toward. Love Always, Veronica ✌❤
For the Optimist:
You’ve heard this before. You can do any and every single thing your heart desires. It’s true, but your path may not mirror your idol’s. This is something the younger generation often forgets. Most of the time we admire people because of their struggle and how similar they seem to us, but that does not mean we have the same road that leads us to our destiny.
As you’ve also heard before, we are individuals. Therefore, we must make our own way and set our own standard. To an extent, you also have to stop looking on the outside for validation, and seek it from within yourself. That’s not to say, “Don’t listen to what your friends say.” Everyone should have that buddy that tells you the truth, but you’ve got to be sure that one isn’t the one that doesn’t want to see you succeed. Whatever goal or career you have visualized, work toward it every single day.In the time we live in, we cannot afford to slack off. If you truly feel in your heart that no other life is worth dedicating your time to then pursue that which you cherish. Too late comes too quickly, and regret lives with us for eternity.
How many times must you hear this to believe in it? Go ahead and admire that person, just make sure you put in the same amount of work you know they do, if not more. It is a journey that holds a million challenges, but it’s worth it and you know it.
For the Pessimist:
So, what happens if this life of yours doesn’t go as planned? Do you have a secondary mean for survival, or will you just give up? If yes, why? Because it wasn’t easy? Because time seemed to start working against you? Fun fact, that’s just you working against you.
It is better to have steps arranged to meet an end goal, rather than deadlines. When we miss our set window we fear we’ve let ourselves down, and feel a strange need to…well, quit. Nine time out of ten the reason we missed it was because God, or some higher power, knew we could do better and learn more before we were awarded that victory.
That which we wish to last forever takes time. Accept that to avoid sadness, or that dreaded feeling of failure. It’s not worth the energy. What is worth that energy is assuring your life reaches its full potential. I believe you are astounding and that you know deep down you can get what you yearn for.
You can do this. Lighten up, but keep at it.
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