Good Evening Peeps.
If I’m not doing my best, not working to my full capabilities, not taking risks and trying to go after what I want, then I can feel jealous and envious. It can be so disturbing, It can cause you to start taking stupid decisions and make you do so many things in your own life that you stop sharing anything on social media or even trying to stand up again after failing.
I enjoy what I do and feel the passion when I do it. I don’t do it for others – I do it because I love it. It’s fulfilling. So when I fill my life with what I love doing without thinking positive or negative, it doesn’t leave any room to compare.
Some weeks are harder than others. Some days it seems no matter how much you pray, things still don’t turn out the way you had hoped and prayed for. Some moments seem to stand painfully still when it feels like God isn’t hearing your prayers at all and heartache, anger and worry are constant companions. Some people will continue to break our hearts and make us wonder what is wrong with today’s world. These are the weeks, days and moments when hope can seem fainter and fainter. Sometimes it honestly feels like evil is always winning, faith goes unrewarded and good guys really do finish last. yes I have been through all this and it took a hell of a toll on me, But what I realized is what you are is what you are, You just got to wake up every day in the morning and think yes you can do it.
I believe that the whole idea of comparing ourselves to others starts with something else: the belief that if they’ve already done something, we can’t do it. Like there isn’t room to do it.
Which is insane!
When I see someone else get an opportunity that I’d love to have, it causes me to work harder and/or smarter. I might make an action plan or figure out what exactly I need to be doing to reach that goal. If I sit back and just wait for an opportunity to come then am just dreaming.
The truth is that if you can’t stop comparing yourself to others, then you probably shouldn’t have a dream or a goal.
Some parents compare their children to each other or to other children with whom they interact with at school, other family members, friends’ children. They often believe that the comparison will motivate their kids. So, reaching adulthood, they are programmed to continue the same process with the people around. The most important things in life are measured internally. Thinking about what matters to you is hard. Playing to someone else’s scoreboard is easy, that’s why a lot of people do it. But winning the wrong game is pointless and empty. You get one life. Play your own game.
Remember, you should never compare your beginning to someone else’s middle. You don’t know what they’ve been through, and instead you should be happy for other people’s accomplishments.
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