… you realize that glass of wine you just poured yourself is just a band-aid on your broken dreams.
That moment when you remember there are no quick fixes. You want results? Do the work.
That moment when you surrender to the fact that the most productive thing you can do when things appear to be at their worse is to stop and give thanks. Because when you force your overactive mind to its knees, the Universe steps in and says, “I got this.”
That moment when you recognize that jealousy and envy are poisons keeping you from enjoying the bounty that God created especially for you.
That moment when it finally registers that your heart is smarter than your head, and you start listening with your soul instead of your mind.
That moment when the line between right and wrong is obliterated because you notice that your internal moral compass is much more accurate than that of the one set by society.
That moment when you stop feeling guilty for being “selfish.”
That moment when you relinquish your need to be right.
That moment when you take back control of your life from those who “mean well” and are only “looking out for your best.”
That moment when you awaken from the hypnotic spell of the list of things you should be doing and start doing those things whose only merit is that you like doing them.
That moment when you comprehend that fitness and health are not the same. Because when you stop forcing your body to fit the unrealistic mold Madison Avenue has created for you, you finally achieve the healthy body you were meant to have.
That moment when you accept that you may never achieve fame and fortune by worldly standards. But you will inspire people in more personal ways and doing so, you will fulfill your purpose for being here.
That moment when you remember less is more.
That moment when you discover your prayers are constantly being answered.
That moment when it hits you … you’re not going to live forever.
That moment when you discover that moment is now.
And now is all there is.
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As always thought provoking….. have read it twice today already, and I’ll be reading it again. Thank you