Changes in life are something that we’re supposed to get used to everyday right?
What about those when those changes are unexpected?. I’m not saying in a bad way either. What if changes that you didn’t see coming changed your life for the good?.
The last 12 months have taught me to not settle for second best, believe that things probably won’t change unless you make the change, don’t forget that there is someone always worse off than you and remember to aim high.
How does all this apply to me??.
In one fowl swoop I’ve changed my life in that I have a great job paying a great wage, I’m met someone who’s just turned my life upside down (for the better!) and I’m coping well with the daily challenges that this life has started to through me.
So what about the other side.. The bad side, what about those stories I hear you ask?. Well to be honest, why dwell on those?? If positive things are what’s happening in your life, grab that will all that you have and discard the negative.. How can you be angry/sad/upset if you don’t actually remember why your’re upset in the first place?.
I never knew that meeting someone could change the way I operate. By this I don’t mean they’re changing me, they’re not. What they have done however is have a massive impact on my confidence, my ability to enjoy life and my ability to love.
It’s so wonderful that I can feel so comfortable with someone that wants what I want. Feels how I feel and makes me feel so complete.
So where am I going with all this?.
Don’t settle for second best. Ever. You don’t deserve it. Only settle when you and your partner both know that what you have is unbreakable and something that you’ve never felt before.
So, to all those people out there who don’t believe in the power of thought and even the power of love for that matter.. Maybe you need to look in the mirror?? What do you see.. What do you want to see??.
I’ve learn’t (the hard way), that the only person who can actually make the biggest impact on your life is you. The second is the one you hold closest and most dearest to your heart.
Hope you had a great easter. I’m an atheist but I thank the people who made catholic public holidays a part of Australian culture!.