Saturday, February 14, 2015

“Life isn’t about finding yourself, it’s about creating yourself.”


               One of the keys to life is understanding “life is what you make it”. In life many of us are trying to discover who we are and what a life is. The truth is “life isn’t about finding yourself, it’s about creating yourself.” It’s about discovering what we’re capable of and learning from our challenges in life to evolve into the person we inspire to be.
               Whether we realize it or not, every choice we make shapes us into who we are.  It’s up to us if we decide to change our eating habits or exercise.  It’s our decision to stand and fight or walk away. It’s you alone who decides to face the things you’re unhappy with in your life and change them or just except them.
 Bottom line, every choice we make, every challenge we face, it’s how we choose to handle each moment in our lives that creates the person you see in the mirror each day.
                I believe if you view your life as an everlasting lesson of life, you’ll focus less on the problems and more on the solutions to every challenge you face. What we need to do is embrace each problem in life, good or bad, to find the meaning behind it and allow it to become an opportunity to grow as a human being.
With this in mind, you can learn more from your experiences and make the choices that help create the person you want to be, and not let your surroundings make the decision for you.
so “Life isn't about finding yourself, it’s about creating yourself.”

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