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Be Well.

Life goes so fast these days …… At times, we don’t have time to make sense of our thoughts and feelings. Consequently, we confuse facts with our assumption and interpretation, based on our imagination.

Winning may be everything in life if our lives are centered on money. But, if you are more interested in living an active and rewarding life, don’t you think the striving is everything? If we believe the chase is the reward, then we learn to see failure as only a part of the game and not as a disaster. But we have to be willing to go to the last mile because that is where the reward is.

When we chosen to operate within the parameters of “I am not good enough” or “I know I can’t succeed, so I won’t try” context – not only is our our system being placed “on alert,” subconsciously; we redefined those settings in our “window of opportunities,” downsized our “self-esteem” and altered our “values” which could potentially bring us down and dysfunctional.

Many people take on this self-defeating attitude and as a result never challenge themselves. Anything worth doing is worth doing well. Failure is part of the process and not the end of the process. You don’t become a master of anything, if you don’t try. You will have to have patience and persistence. Indeed, we can always avoid embarrassment by doing nothing. And, if that is your measure, you will be successful. But, if you want acceptance, you will have to be willing to face a lot of rejection.

Be well …… May you have joy always !!!

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18 Comments

  1. “Anything worth doing is worth doing well. . ..” How true that is! Thanks, Michael!

  2. musicgal2012 says:

    Oooook, that’s a good “kick ass” for me. At the moment I have caved into pressure to cease my music studies…because there are tooooo many other things that are more important – that I should be doing. According to the world around me, my dreams arn’t worth much and I am wasting my time. Your right, giving up really kills the inner spirit to excel and grow.

  3. bibuji says:

    “Why are you cast down, O my soul, and why are you in turmoil within me? Hope in God” Yup.

  4. Willing to go the last mile, yes. And then I realize there IS no last mile – or there’s always ANOTHER last mile – and once again it becomes obvious to live in the moment. That moment in the present is all we really have!
    Thanks Michael, for another good post.

    • Michael says:

      Happy Evening, Bela. Thanks for the encouragement. You know, you are a great source of inspiration to me. Have another great day ahead and God Bless.

  5. Jane Thorne says:

    Thought provoking post Michael…I find myself shying away from labels more and more. Things just are what they are and the joy comes from trying. Love to you :D x

  6. Carmen Enid says:

    Excellent thinking, someone said that the failure is the opportunity to do better the next time. This will hurt the ego, but at the same time you learn to handle the character and be tolerant. Very good, thank you for sharing these thoughts. A greeting…

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