The only main intention I have is to be able to be me in my most honest state. Love it or hate it, I’ll live with it. Far too many times I often felt criticized in such a judgmental society. Those feelings can stem from strangers, but also friends and family. Sometimes, the judging is so blunt that it’s more difficult to ignore.
When have you ever taken a moment to do things for yourself? When have you sat yourself down and questioned all those feelings and concerns about what others thought about you? If you know that deep down you want to be the best version of yourself, why hesitate?
The criticism that we receive might originate from feelings of insecurities, unhappiness, stress, assumptions, and misunderstandings. I express in almost every post that I wish the world can experience what I experience through my perspective. That reality shattered when I was told, “Nobody is going to pay attention to you. Nobody is thinking about you” [in reference to how I wish I can be of an example]. It’s true.
I can write a million essays. I can make a million speeches, but at the end of the day, no one will change. What I share are my personal experiences, in which I feel accountable for sharing. I want to return the positive vibrations that were given to me. It feels amazing and I know everybody deserves to feel that way.
If we focus more on the good in others and less on the “bad” we can all start creating the peaceful world we wish to live in. Now, we all know world peace is obviously shit out of luck (excuse the pessimism, but I think that’s being a realist?). People have egos and are selfish and greedy. It’s pretty obvious. How can you be a good person in a world full of bad? I asked myself that and the answer is pretty clear.
Focus on yourself. When you cancel out all the things that weigh you down, you feel more free. As you concentrate on being a better you, everything around you naturally changes to follow suit. Now, this can be in a positive way or a negative way, it’s really your choice on how you want to feel for the rest of your life. You can sit there and cry about your complains, bash others, gossip, or drag others down with your misery or you can choose to do the opposite and lift others up. Spread Love and the Good Word. At the end of the day, no matter how many times you’ve heard it, “Mind over matter.” Those three little words can be overlooked, but in reality, your reality is what you make of it. If my life can’t be a living example then try it and prove me wrong. And then I’ll say at least we have perspective.
Do Good. Receive good.
Do Bad. Receive bad.
Believe and don’t doubt it once because the moment your fear peaks, everything you want can no longer be obtained. Every thought becomes action.