La vida siempre pondrá delante de ti 2 caminos...
Uno ya conocido pero cargado de las mismas acciones, mismas costumbres, mismos apegos, mismos dolores, sufrimientos y su característica más importante: es la casa de nuestra zona de confort.
Pero, también tenemos otro completamente nuevo, desconocido, que nos aterra y nos llena de miedo y que jamás pensaríamos en atraversarlo porque no sabemos qué resultaría.
En este día ten en cuenta que nuestra vida está llena de cambios y transformaciones y cuando un camino nuevo se asoma es porque ese camino que recorres ya se desgastó.
No le temas a lo nuevo, no le temas al cambio, no le temas a lo desconocido.
Permite que tu vida evolucione y permite que en ese camino quede lo que tenga que quedar para ir ligero en equipaje y llenarte de oportunidades que seguro te ofrecerá.
Si quieres que tu vida cambie, cambia tu también y decídete por el camino que te transforme y no el que te acostumbre.
✨Feliz inició de semana a todos ✨🙏🏼🙌🏼✨
@ludmillacasass98 no te dejaré caer nunca !🤜🏻🤛🏼❤️
Have you ever met someone who lives life in a way that seems too structured? They don’t break their routine for anything. They have anxiety any time there is a change to their schedule, job, or plan. They prefer a life that is predictable and known. They don’t understand why people can’t keep their word, or don’t respect others’ time, or fail to be intentional with how they live life. Perhaps this describes you?
On the opposite end of the spectrum, do you know anyone who seems to be too free? They don’t see why it’s a big deal that they’re regularly late for work, or why people can’t just be happy. They go where their heart leads them and neglect to see how their lack of planning affects those around them.
Both of these extremes are opposite sides of the same coin. Both are trying to live life in a way that invites happiness. In truth, structure and freedom are not mutually exclusive. Rather, they can compliment one another.
For most of my life, I perceived structure as confining or restricting. I remember my father telling me, “I can’t just have fun all the time.” I was determined to prove him wrong. Perhaps I’m still trying to prove him wrong.
When trying to create new habits, I felt the same feeling I had when I believed my father was a fun-sucker. I would feel controlled, inhibited or forced. If I set a goal to wake up early, I would be annoyed in the morning at the idea of being forced to do something I didn’t want to do. These negative emotions around structure would eventually wear me down and I would quit. Again. Ironically, the very desire to have fun was keeping me from living life in a way that makes it more fun.
I didn’t want to be bogged down by rules and routines. What if I missed out on something really fun because I was too dedicated to my routines? Life is meant to be experienced! What I discovered is the habits that mattered most to me often took a back seat to what was loudest, or what was happening right now. My relationships and my health were top priorities, but I would often put off caring for them because of some important thing that was in... read the whole article here:
”Is that a Cardinal? It looks like a cardinal--is it possible?” ⠀
The words came spilling out in her excitement as she watched the flurry of bird activity in the back yard.⠀
”Yep, it sure is!” I told her. ”We see them back there all the time.” ⠀
There is something sweet and restful watching the birds, but even better is watching someone else get excited about it. So, I pulled a comfy chair over to the window so my Mom could enjoy the view.⠀
It never ceases to amaze me how these simple things can fill the soul with both joy and peace. ⠀
So, happy Monday! Also, my newest blog post is up. ⠀
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