” You were not born to struggle. You were not born to live a life where the moments of joy are few and far between. You were not born to toil in your work five days a week, with fleeting moments of happiness on weekends. You were not born to live with limited energy, feeling exhausted at the end of each day. You were not born to worry or be afraid. You were not born to suffer. What would be the point of your life? You are meant to experience life to its fullest and have everything you want and, at the same time, be filled with joy, health, vitality, excitement, and love, because that is an amazing life.” Rhonda Byrne
Many say “Life is suffering,” The book The Power, by Rhonda Byrne, screams the opposite. It reminds us to stop and look around at all we have and all that is wonderful in life. It reminds us that challenges are just things that provide new growth. It reminds us that we get to choose every single day if we will be happy and grateful or frustrated and worried. I share the above quote as a reminder of what an amazing life does and does not look like to help us think bigger and better.
Dream big. Step away from limiting beliefs. Step away from those who tell you what you want isn’t possible. Surround yourself with people who lift you up. Choose actions and thoughts that will point you in the direction of your strongest desires. Spring is a time for planning, plan for amazing and nothing less.