Nowhere is it written that we have to love each moment. Reality dictates that we most definitely won’t love each moment. What’s most important is to be sure we always aim to live each moment. They are finite for us all. There is no data to suggest otherwise.
Shitty days are fertilizer. Water them with tears, and let there be growth.
Some days simply offer up too much to process. On days like these, the only lesson to be learned is to love. Hug the people or pets you can, and simply love.
If offered a position that carries the weight of responsibility your current talents are not yet strong enough to uphold, do not waste time worrying about weakness – get stronger, faster. People are relying on you. You can’t wing responsibility, especially if you chose to accept the position being offered. As you’re getting stronger, your greatest strength is humility, ownership and taking responsibility for what you know are your areas of weakness.
Hard work results in calloused hands. If we’re not careful, the hard work we do on ourselves can callus our hearts. This betrays even the best efforts of our minds.
We all have blind spots. When searching for a path forward, may we use our resourcefulness to get a better sense of our surroundings. In the darkness, what our heads might first perceive as a dead end, may actually be a door. Feel around!
When surrounded by people with hands that are willing to applaud your best efforts, but won’t offer a helping hand when you’re down, get up on your own. Then, walk on.