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Every day is another opportunity to work towards your dreams and goals. Often we have the misguided impression that external things are stopping us from getting where we want to. But in reality the greatest hindrance is still us. Our fears, anxieties, self-doubt or negative thoughts stop us from tapping into our full potential and stepping out of our comfort zone. We sometimes get consumed by what others might think about us to the extent that we convince ourselves that the safest place is as "part of the masses" or "under the radar".

 

I, therefore, challenge you to ask yourself this question:

"Would I rather look back at my life and say 'I have done it all and achieved it all' or 'I played it safe like everybody else'?"

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Your past doesn't determine your future

Small lake surrounded by green grass and trees
People make mistakes. It's inevitable, it's a part of life because we live in a broken world. Even if you would be super careful all your life, you won't be able to avoid some blunders or missteps because you can never have complete control over all the circumstances that led to that wrong decision or move. 

Is it worth it? Yes, it is.

A cross on a mountain top
"Is it really worth it?" How many times have you asked yourself that question? That question usually comes up when it involves doing something for someone or to some capacity involves another person. It basically tries to foresee what may happen. Even though we cannot predict the future, at least we want to have an idea of the possible scenarios. It is similar to making an investment. You don't know for sure what the outcome will be...

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The soulmate that stays

I recently read an article about the difference between a soulmate and a life partner. The article was fascinating because most of us have been sold this over-romanticized idea of having to find a soulmate to be forever in love and happy with. But how many of us know the true definition of a soulmate?

Using both hands

I'm sure most of you can comfortably balance a plate in one and a cup in the other hand without any problems, but there are some things that simply require the use of both of our hands. For example, if you were to uproot a tree, no matter how small in size, you definitely would utilize both of your hands to get the job done. Why? Because you'll have more strength to do what would be nearly impossible with only one hand.