Recently I read an article about the 10 things that the people who love their lives are doing differently and it was a bit eye opening. I can honestly say right now that I love my life. Sure, there are lots of areas for improvement & things that I hope to change in the next year or so, but for the most part, I’m happy and I do love my life.
Reading the list made me take a more in depth look at things and suddenly I was craving change.
They don’t bother trying to make others like them — mainly because they don’t care if they’re liked.
They do things because they want to do them, not because they believe they have to do them.
They love their friends but don’t rely on them.
When you ask them what they do, they don’t give you a job title.
When you ask them where they live, they say, “At the moment…”
They have their own philosophies, their own religion they created and live by.
They embrace their impermanence.
They see the world as their playhouse and their mind as the conductor.
And we’re teaching the children to dream big about their futures. We want nothing more than for them to know that they can achieve anything that they put their minds to and for them to enjoy every moment of life that they’re given.