Every day is a blessing

Life’s hard. You face problems that seem to have no end. And what about the imaginary ones? The fears and worries about things that haven’t happened and probably never will?

Live your life with passion. No matter what you’re going through, you have the choice to keep your fervor for life.

When you live with passion, you start noticing how easy it is to let go of what isn’t working for you. You reassess your life and keep only what makes you feel a sense of fulfillment.

Have you ever seen someone live with so much passion that you’re inspired to live life to the fullest, too? Are you the one who inspires people to live their best life?

When you live with passion, people are freed by your contagious enthusiasm for life.

When you live with passion, you’re okay with being a learner, not a perfectionist.

When you live with passion, authenticity becomes your priority.

When you live with passion, you’re conscious and sensitive to the sacredness of each moment. You’re aware of the power of the present moment.

When you live with passion, you’re aware of how much our lives matter in the grand scheme of things–even if you’re not the type of person who wants to leave a legacy.

When you live with passion, there’s no space for questioning, for doubting, or for misunderstandings.

Your every word, your every action has finality–

an “I meant what I said”,

an “I let go, and I trust”,

an “I value myself so much. I nurture the relationships that reflect this same level of respect”.

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16 thoughts on “Every day is a blessing

  1. Very nice post! Living with passion is the best way to make sure that we do not end up being fake or something we don’t want to be.Many people do things because they feel constant judgement of the society. Living with passion is living with freedom. We can be free from all social judgements and fears that would otherwise cripple us.

    Thank you for sharing this!

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      1. Yes, I think limiting oneself due to social opinions and judgement is a very bad situation. A person is at his/her best when he is free of all thoughts regarding other people`s opinions.

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  2. I had a friend with a terminal illness that ultimately took her life too soon, but she LIVED. She lived with passion and joy even though she knew her time was short. She died more gracefully than most people live. She is my shining example of a life LIVED.

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