embrace the unknown and uncertainties

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Soon, one day or hopefully today, you’d realize that worrying is no longer doing you any good. You’d realize that it’s starting to waste your time which should have been spent doing what you enjoy. Time that should have been spent doing what you are passionate about. Time that should have been spent helping yourself to be better.  Time that should have been spent with your family and friends. Finally you have decided to just stop and believe that everything’s going to work out. And that things will make sense soon.

You would realize that life is not always about planning for not all the time you are in control of it. And maybe you should now learn how to be more spontaneous and accepting; embrace the unknown and uncertainties.

You would realize that every day is an opportunity for you to grow and be the better version of yourself and now’s the perfect time to make use of it wisely. Do something productive that your future self will thank you for as so when you look back you’d be grateful that you did not allow yourself drown in worries.

The inability of people to see your worth doesn’t make you any less. Success of others doesn’t make you some kind of a failure. You are not obliged to do what everyone else is doing. You do you.

Even though things are not going as planned and it seems that life constantly disappoints you and no matter how hard you try nothing is going right, I hope that you still choose to see the good side of everything and decide to be happy with what you have.

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19 thoughts on “embrace the unknown and uncertainties

  1. Great post. This is right one point:
    “The inability of people to see your worth doesn’t make you any less. Success of others doesn’t make you some kind of a failure. You are not obliged to do what everyone else is doing.”

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  2. We must indeed be one step ahead in life. You reminded me of what a friend of mine once said to me,”Expect life to be difficult and always be prepared for the worst.” And lastly I must say ….(don’t know your name yet)really well said that live life spontaneously!

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  3. I use to be a person that worried about everything. Once I accepted Christ in my life, I learned to give all to him and it stopped my worrying. I mean I do my part to do my best to keep my mind and heart healthy, but I no longer worry. Worriation is such a wasted energy. Great post by the way.

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