"Think less. Do more."
All these great minds..what do they all have in common? I honestly think it’s the fact that they all love what they are doing. Everyone has a passion whether it’s hidden beneath the surface or already out in the open. Embrace it. Love it. Live it.
I want to live like everyday is the best day of my life and wake up smiling. How Steve Jobs lived is how I want to live, to not be afraid of pursuing dreams and to take something considered to be “frightening” like death and turn it into something beautiful. Death is amoung all of us and whatever is holding us back from living our dreams can never beat the idea that one day, just one day, the clock will stop ticking for someone. You.
I mean who doesn’t want to live everyday happy? Who doesn’t want to wake up from deep slumber, jumping out of bed being excited for the day? Who doesn’t…
Such a simple concept to live by really: “doing more of what you love” but for some reason it’s one of the hardest things to do for me personally. I keep making excuses for myself and should stop being who I’m not and start living for what I am or will become.
Whatever is stopping us, don’t let it. Human beings can accomplish anything so why must we try so hard to limit ourselves?
Sometimes I feel like I can be such a puppy dog. If people neglect me for some time, I’m just as friendly and welcoming as before. I don’t usually speak my mind when something’s bothering me like a mute pup who can’t express how they feel. I care too much sometimes, people are either scared of that or show some love in return. Regardless I will always appear to be this hopeless little wounded animal because I can never see myself becoming overly selfish and to stop caring about other people. Why is this seen as a weak quality?
Just cause I don’t react to something doesn’t mean I don’t notice it, I know all too well what your true intentions are- I just choose to stand back and observe.
Call me naive, ignorant, or stupid all you want but I am fully aware of the world around me.