Stop procrastinating things for tomorrow because tomorrow never comes. Stop waiting for things to happen for you. No more waiting for the right moment. Your life is not going to change if you keep giving yourself a handful of excuses every day. A wise man once told me, sleep is like a death and next morning is a new life. Every day is a choice you make. Ask yourself this question, “If not now, when?”
I met many people in life who have a bucket list ready, but it falls under a category of ‘one day.’ They would like to travel or pursue their dreams, but they keep waiting for that ‘one day.’ I am not sure how that particular ‘one day’ will appear and how would they know that ‘one day’ has arrived. I mean will sun rise from the west that ‘one day’? The point is, stop procrastinating on the expense of your dreams. Power is in a word “Now.”
You are alive, and it is a real blessing. Every day is a bundle of opportunities. Be grateful for what you have, keep your head up and do what you always wanted to. Create something out of that pure positive energy sparking in your being. There is no time to worry about the small issues which will hold no place in your mind year later.
Just look around you and notice that life is full of opportunities. You have an ability to choose what you want to do when you wake up in the morning. You can decide which mood you are going to wear today and how your vibes are going to look. My dear friend, learn to live your life for today because tomorrow might never come. You have the freedom to be who you want to be, and only you are the master of your choices.
I hope you will make things happen today. Love and Sunshine. Keep feeling Buddhaful ?
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