How are we all going? I hope you are all happy and well! We are all waiting for the weekend I think. It’s been a bit like that this week. Hurry up weekend!
Something that I would like to take a look at today is that we all throw the towel in too soon. Whether this be giving up on fixing that cupboard door that doesn’t want to budge, or when our partner says the wrong thing and then you are moving onto the next person waiting in line.
It’s too easy to be like “No, I’m good.” and walk away from situations these days, it’s so common to give up and stop working hard to make things work. No one sticks to anything. No one stands by their choice and their decisions. We all have zero grounding and cannot stand by ourselves. Others judgement influences our choices, and yet we have no one to blame but ourselves.
When people say that things aren’t made to last this day, they weren’t just talking about your new shirt or your kettle, this stands for everything in life, relationships included. Nothing is build strong and on hardworking foundations.
These days if you want a quick date, you hop onto your closest and easiest mobile phone app, or just open your Facebook up and add some people that you don’t even know or share any common interests in.
We don’t take our time to get to know one another, we don’t work hard and tolerate anything anymore. I have been raised in a generation where it’s common to throw the towel in at any job, any passion, any interest, any relationship and not think anything of it because things just keep coming in and out. Nothing is permanent.
I do believe that if you want something, you have to work for it. No one understands this in our average day, everyone is under the impression that this universe owes them something and that things should come to them.
This isn’t the way that is should be. Work hard for what you want, tolerate the kick backs and don’t give up so easily. Keep your chin up and keep going.
Don’t follow the rest of the crowd, stabilise yourself and watch what everyone else ends up with at the end of the day. You will thank your dedication and determination in the end!
Speak soon all,