The New Year is here and I’m happy that it is. Despite all the doomsday talk, the way I see it, each day is full of possibilities, so I got myself a year full of possibilities. Each day important, and certainly, not taken for granted. Although I am a planner by nature and I love lists, I have trained my stubborn self to appreciate each day for what it is, despite the curve balls that life serve and the not so happy situations that may present along the way. I have learned that everything is temporary, nothing is forever, and things are as bad as you make them to be – the mind and the attitude will master your emotions, and the acceptance and understanding of emotions will shape your day – days will shape your present and your future. I say this because I have realized that life is indeed too short. I know everyone repeats this adage, but many have not ponder the depth of it, and truly, when you think about it, life is too short for all the things you want to do and live. This is why it is so important that you love what you do and try to pursue that love and get there. Whether that means moving to another state or country, no one will know but you, and there are always sacrifices on the way – a great salary, time, lifestyle … it is different for each person .
I think of the day I arrive to this earth, my birth day, and I am amazed first, that I was born, and second, at how fast the years have gone by. Yes, I regret the bent on the road, some detours, but then I understand that without taking those, I would not be writing this post.
I have arrived to a point where I can say that I am blessed and I am happy, and it doesn’t have to do with financial status, material possessions (I have none of those) or the curve balls that life serves – all of that is temporary. One thing I am glad I found along the way – that I CAN love every single day.
2 thoughts on “Loving What You Do”
Nicely written. Advise we heard when we were young, didn’t believe, and found it was true once we got older.
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