What Is Your Philosophy Of Life? What Is Your Ideal?

We have this amazing feeling when we think about life’s greatest opportunities in our lifetimes. Maybe you’ve seen it too — the sense of having a new sense of freedom. Or of never having to worry about money again. Or of having more time to do things you love. You might have a hard time imagining how to bring that into your life. But do it anyway! Let that sense of freedom spill over into your everyday life, and there are no limits. You’ll never have to settle for less.

This is a long answer, but I think this paragraph will inspire you: We tend to focus too much on the idea of having a full life with freedom but the fact is most of us are limited by our limitations. How we spend our time is limited by the amount of time we have in our lives. Our choices of what we do (and what we decide not to do) are limited by the time we have in this world. Our lives are only as full as we make them. There are many aspects of life you could choose to do less of. Or choose more. But when you take the time to choose for yourself, you are always choosing in the direction of an expanded, happy, well-rounded life.

You are so lucky that you have the opportunity to follow your dreams. I know I was once that fortunate, because I’d rather have worked for a day job for 6 months then decided to give up for the rest of my life. That’s what a lot of my friends go through. You can have it all, or you can make it all work for you.

The more you choose for yourself, the more you will find your own passion, your own passion will get you closer to your life’s goals. You’ll have more things to work on and more things to do, and you can look back at your life with a sense of fulfillment of where you are with life, which is the only way you know how to measure a good life.

And for whatever life you’re living, you are an amazing and beautiful being. You are a reflection of the universe you live in. As you do what you love to do, what you’re good at, you are doing all things right. This is what makes you remarkable. What makes you unique.

You can do all the crazy things you want in life. And it’s OK to say, “I’m tired” (as long as it’s not because you are doing more than you’re doing right or you have an itch, a cramp, or if you feel overwhelmed or out of breath.) Acknowledge that you are tired, that you are getting out of breath, that you are tired all the time. You’re not alone. Stop looking to others to do “all the things the right way.” What do you do when you’re the only one who is tired at 3 AM? You do what you can. You don’t say something like: “I’m tired because life is crazy and hard! I can’t take this any more! Life is too hard! I’m tired!!!” No you’re not. You feel you have to take care of yourself and stay on track, and when the going gets hard you don’t panic, and it’s OK. As I said, you’re not the only one who is tired and overwhelmed. So when you find yourself feeling overwhelmed and out of breath, remember you’re not alone. And you’re not wrong about it either. You’re still alive. And you’re beautiful and amazing in your own right.