A bad day is just a bad day. They come and go. Choose not to make it anything more. Don’t clamp shackles to your own ankles, tomorrow is a new day and holds endless possibilities. It’s just a matter of dropping the layers of nonsense that are weighing you down.
Behind every beautiful day, there has been some kind of struggle.
you make mistakes,
You’re human, not perfect.
Think of what a precious privilege it is to be alive today.. to breathe, to think, to enjoy, and to chase the things you love.
Of course there will be sadness in your journey, but there is also lots of beauty. You must keep putting one foot in front of the other even when it hurts because like it or not, this right here is your life, your empty pages to fill with your own advantages, your own feelings, and your own memories.
Isn’t that what life’s all about?
Making the most amazing, breathtaking, beautiful memories.
Life isn’t always a smooth ride.
It’s easy to stumble and fall and hurt yourself. But these bumps and bruises are a necessary part of your growth..you fall down, you learn something, and then you brush yourself off and move forward.
The problem is, sometimes you fall and get stuck in one place for too long. You find yourself spinning and unable to move like tires clenched in mud.
This happens when you feel unsure of yourself, or your life as you know it, turns into darkness. You get spiritually lost, bound by your perceptions and stuck deep in a pothole of miserable thinking.
If you’re thinking exactly like everyone else, then you aren’t thinking. And the real trouble is if you don’t spend your life your way, other people will spend it their way.
Freedom lies in being bold. Use your head to listen to your soul.
Find the path that best suits your calling and don’t settle until you’ve found it. There’s no rush; life is a continuous journey.
As you cut your own path, be honest about who you are. If others don’t want to listen to you, let them fool themselves. It means they aren’t really concerned with who you truly are in the first place. They’ll likely continue to characterize you incorrectly no matter what you say or prove.