True religion is real living; living with all one’s soul, with all one’s goodness and righteousness.

(Albert Einstein)

Manifesting your destiny and believing the unbelievable, are true reasons to want more.  It doesn’t take a psychologist to know that you will gain promisingly by conquering what you once believed was impossible.  Free yourself from your thoughts and exhaust all possibilities, by trying everything you feel the need to.  Exhaust all supposed limits and leave no barriers un-conquered.  Your mind can be a cell of captivity if you allow it to keep you within its mental limits of experience.  Everything broken can be fixed, everything caged can be set free.

An individual has not started living until he can rise above the narrow confines of his individualistic concerns to the broader concerns of all humanity. (Martin Luther King, Jr.)

When you make the conscious decision to start living and forgetting all reservations that you have lived chained to for majority of your life.  It is only then, that you will realize living without your developed constraints is exciting and fulfilling to the soul.  We sometimes find strength in believing that we should live the way were taught to, and sometimes this becomes a burden upon which we find hard to spice up a bit.

Sometimes letting loose and having a little fun is well needed, don’t be so uptight because you have an image you feel you need to uphold, because your mind doesn’t think it is okay for you to do it.  Live a little, you only live once.  I am constantly learning that you can create balance by indulging in new activities that you once frowned upon, because your restricted mentality considered it to be taboo.  Never feel bad about things that you wanna do, if your heart seeks it be, then experience it and make an adult decision to learn to balance work with pleasure.

I say if you can’t experience life’s thrills, while working hard, then what is your life about anyways?  The point of living is to have balance and some of us need a class on this matter, cause we work far too much.  There is no problem with loving your work, but you must understand that this has its setbacks also.  So take it upon yourself to start planning your next vacation, it is well over due.  Appreciate your mind by escaping it, and living as if today is your last day.

The earth belongs to the living, not to the dead. (Thomas Jefferson)

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