A Writer's 21st Century Memoir.

Carpe Diem

timeLately I’ve been seeing way too many people talking about how they were stuck in situations where they didn’t want to be in. They complain of not having the time, money or opportunity to go out and do the thing that they would like to do. Instead of attempting to take each moment as a new chance to break away from their currently trajectory they put their blinders up and continue on the same path. But there is a way to break the mold. You are never too old or too young to chase your dreams and seize the day, and you can always change your situation or at least change the way you experience life.

With enough drive, determination and the knowledge to know how important it is to try and work on your physical, mental and spiritual health, you can change your mindset and live a happy life. A rich person can be incredible miserable sitting there on top of piles of money because money really doesn’t solve any of the deeper issues that could be plaguing him, and all the while a poor person can keep a smile on their face knowing that they are surrounded by love and great people.

You may not immediately be able to change your situation (as it often takes time) by you can work little by little in the direction they you are trying to go. Every little bit of progress you make toward your goals is that just a little bit more happiness and satisfaction that you bring to yourself.

Care about what’s really important, live in the light of love and never lose hope when it comes to following your dreams because as long as your living and breathing you have a chance to turn things around.

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