The Luxury of Change
At the end of each sentence comes a period, and for some a question mark. You may ponder if this applies to our daily lives and the answer is yes, at least in my opinion it does. Far too many times, we all place a question mark adjoined with the subjective situations that have occurred, where a period should have been placed. I think we all want to justify the actions of others, but in reality some of their actions can’t be affixed and should be taken as a lesson and filtered through the process of letting go. In the past, I would return to the thought of desiring the answers of why had an offense occurred or perhaps become perplexed of the poor words chosen of me, only to discover it carries absolutely no point to do so.
We all have the luxury of change, this is a fact. As I mentioned in a previous post entitled, “Embrace the Unbinding Courage within the Journey” I shared my empowering story of how I‘ve overcome the struggle being diagnosed as a type 1 diabetic. The Latin term for Courage translates to “heart”. You’ve heard the timeless idiom of, “Home is where the heart is” which is as vital as, “Your body is your temple”. Our mindset, a powerful thing it is, can be the single component that either leads us to a world of jinxed situations or to a grander level of abundance. There is no doubt that we struggle with insecurities, lack, and at times, failures beyond measure. What we all haven’t taken into account is that we somehow, subconsciously, have done it to ourselves. Not in a matter of self-hate, but in a matter of speaking and even thinking in a vibrational mass that caused the universe to provide that very thought into our existence. The phrase, “Happy wife, happy life” is comparable to “Change your mind, change your life” the point is, change is inevitable and can solely be manifested if you take the proper action towards it. There will never be a better time to change, than now, so what are you waiting for?
It is my personal belief that life continues far beyond the limitation of diabetes. Learn of my personal connection with old Hollywood glamour and how diabetes plays a role in it by viewing my debut article for Beyond Type 1, a website which houses a supportive community of those living with Type 1 diabetes. Please support and join the movement of living beyond this life altering condition.
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