Everyone has a purpose in life and something to contribute to the world. Our talents may differ from others, but every job is important. Almost all jobs work in conjunction with other jobs which enables everyone to progress and be successful. We should respect all job titles and positions. Our jobs would be a lot easier and more enjoyable, if we could only realize that we’re all on the same team. ~dp
“And the day came when the risk to remain tight in a bud was more painful than the risk it took to blossom.” -Elizabeth Appell.
We all like living in the comfort zone, because we know what to expect and there is no fear. But since we live in a world with constant change, we can’t get too comfortable. We can resist change or we can accept it. The more resistance, the more pain. When we sit motionless and stagnant, we are wasting precious moments. When we are defending and holding onto something that is causing pain, we need to release it and move on, and we will emerge better than before. We will get the gentle nudge to keep improving and advancing toward purpose and fulfillment. When we are brave, take risks, and embrace change, we will live a more adventurous and joyful life. When we keep our hearts open and renew our minds, everything will flow accordingly.
If I could create a pill to take, this pill would give me the ability to control my inner self with positive thoughts, self-love and acceptance, and strength and courage to overcome my fears and to achieve my purpose in life. 🙂
I’m sure you’ve heard this before, “when one door closes another door opens.” We have to remember that when that door closes, everything is going to be fine. Our Creator intended to close that door for a very good purpose. Sometimes we tend to forget and become anxious and discouraged. We need to be patient and have faith and trust until the other door is opened. There is perfect timing for everything. We should be grateful for closed doors and opened doors. Because our Creator would never close one door without opening another.
I am promoting creativity, style, and purpose today. Below are two exquisite abstracts recently painted by creative and talented artist Anthony J. Parise from Los Angeles, CA. Of course, the photographs do not do justice to these two pieces. If you’re interested in his artwork, please get in touch with me.