There are always something that we don’t know in life – things that are beyond our circle of knowledge. To expand our knowledge, to make ourselves better, we must venture outside our circle of knowledge. A little bit further outside our circle of knowledge is the boundary of our comfort zone. The idea is to get the most out of our life, we must stretch our comfort zone from time to time, continuously, constructively.
A human may never be perfect. But we can optimize our performance by constantly improving ourselves.
Last Sunday, I attended a friend’s Gratitude Launch of his newly published book. I am very happy for him. I am also amazed at the fact that he is now called a writer. So elated witnessing a friend realizing his dream.
I am now at the exact point in life where I see people – whom are close to me – living my dreams. They are so significant to the point that it made me realized even more that achieving dreams are so not impossible. Dreams of being a writer, being financially free, succeeding in business, being a great orator, having happy family and marriage and living a balanced, fulfilling lives – the living proves are all around me.
A few years back, these dreams seemed very far from me. Now that these people are around me, I’m grateful for I’m getting answers to some deep, meaningful questions that have been in my mind for quite some time. It is so true that:
“What you focus on, manifest” – Michael J. Losier
Dreams that are acted on becomes reality. Also, the more we focus on them when they start to manifest – that’s being grateful of them – the closer and the more vivid they get. An old friend of mine said,
“Thoughts become words.
Words become actions.
Actions become habits.
Habits are who we are.”
My writer friend thanked me for attending his Gratitude Launch. The fact is I am the one who should be thanking him for being the perfect, significant, exact proof to me as if stating boldly to my face “if I can do it, YOU can do it too”. One day, if God wills.
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