“It is never too late to be what you might have been.” ~ George Eliot
Knowing that we only have on life to live and knowing that each day is unique and we will never get it back, how is it possible that so many of us continue living a life that has no meaning? How can so many of us wake up each morning knowing that there is nothing to be excited about, no pulse, no fire, no life, no purpose, no meaning, no nothing…
How can one spend his whole life doing things that have absolutely no meaning, and how can one betray his own self for so long? It breaks my heart, it really does.
Sometimes I wonder what was the first step we took towards disillusion, and how it all started, but of course, that is not really as important as getting back to your own path, getting back to our own self, getting back to life.
It’s our own responsibility to put our focus and attention on the things we want, not on the things we don’t want, because this will help us move closer to the things we want and away from those things, people, situations, events, ideas, etc. that keep us stuck and we don’t want.
And because I know how people think, and I know how we love to find excuses and to keep on doing the things we have been always done, getting the same old results, I know that deep down inside, we are dying to be true to our selves, we are dying to say no to what others think it’s best for us and yes to what we want for ourselves.
Even though so many of us think like there is nothing it can be done, even though it may feel like it is too late, believe me, it never is, and we can definitely start living the life that we want to live… and the moment we decide to do so, the moment we make a change, the whole world will be there to serve us.
And it’s very important to remember that the moment you “wake up” and realize where you are and how we have been living so far, instead of complaining and using all kind of self defeating self-talk, choose to express your gratitude, thank yourself for finally coming back to life, and make the best out of it, no matter if you are 30, 50, or 90 years old. It’s never too late to go back to being YOU.
Something happened, something shifted, and now you can finally see thing clearly, you can finally make the best out of your life. We’re not going to live forever, so why not live each day like it’s our last, because you never know, it might actually be our last. We want to be full of life, we want to be radiant, loving, and we want to share our very best with the world, and this is the perfect time for us to do just that.
“It’s never too late – never too late to start over, never too late to be happy.” ~ Jane Fonda
at 4:31 pm
After a long illness im finally back to my old happy self and never want to go back to the “bad” time again. These kinds of inspirations keep me on track and nancy is bak with a vengence! I love my life now and there will be no stopping me! Love you Purpose Fairy!
at 1:51 pm
This is great. This is something everyone should practice. It took me to long to admit I was a addict and to much longer to admit it to the people around me. It’s easy to make excuses for your character flaws and why you can’t fix them. I have 90 days clean today and now finally having a complete clear head that I lacked for 24 years I am no longer mad at myself for allowing my addictions to take over. That anger only fueled the addictions. My past is only a chapter in my life story. It will define and make me who I will be at the end. There can only be one ending, failure or success. I intend on mine to be SUCCESS!! We all stumble somewhere in life. It’s not how we got there it’s how we get out! Enjoy this beautiful day. I know I will because for the first time in a long time I can appreciate the sun shining and the sounds of the birds.I hope everyone else can also enjoy this.
at 12:43 pm
This so great, truly inspiring. I felt everything stated there. It took me so much to get back to my life. I thank all the people who inspired me to make a difference. Now I am truly living my purpose, doing what I love. 🙂