Keep Moving On


I have accepted that there are things that I have no control over. A job is never guaranteed, health can change, relationships may split, a financial situation may tumble. You learn to move on and redirect goals, “nothing is constant.”

Our paths need to disrupt (bumps, in the road), to teach us, “lessons for growth.” If everything was perfect (easy), we would not know anything different and we would not be able to empathize with anyone having troubles.

I have had my share of many ups and downs — still do. Honestly, I thought I had been through the worst of times, that is illogical to think there’s a time limit for hurdles.

I have decided not to be discouraged by disruptions, there will always be a mixture of, “good days and bad days.” “Stay optimistic, calm,” it is only temporary.

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