A beautiful life
“You must give everything to make your life as beautiful as the dreams that dance in your imagination.” – Roman Payne
It seems to me that we spend most of our lives searching for beauty. We pursue happiness. We’re looking for that one person to cure us of the need for anyone else. To cure us of loneliness, self-doubt, or negative thoughts. We act as if we’re broken and someone or something is going to cure that.
But isn’t it true that we’re the ones who make life beautiful or not? Isn’t it true that only our thoughts can distinguish between happiness and suffering? That it’s all about us, about what we think and what we feel and what we see.
Are you trying to create a beautiful life for yourself? Are you doing your best to create the future that you’ve been dreaming about for so long?
Dreams don’t just come true. You’ve got to make them come true.
It’s as simple as that. It’s as simple as deciding that what you have is enough. It’s as simple as looking yourself in the mirror and accepting what you see. With all the good and the bad.
It’s all about the way your demons dance with your angels. It’s all about the way you manage life, the way you manage adversity and opportunity alike.
Make the best out of everything. Enjoy the small things. And fight.
Fight to create the life that you deem yourself worthy of having, because no one else is going to fight for it.
Dreams come true. Even though sometimes it seems that nothing happens. Even though at times it seems that you’re not really advancing. But you are. Day after day, as long as you fight, you’re getting better. It’s all just a matter of perception, really.
Sometimes progress is all about holding on. Sometimes all you can do is hold on tight to your dreams.
But you alone know what those dreams are and what they mean to you. You alone can make them come true, and you alone can decide how much are you willing to fight for them.
It’s all about you, I’m afraid. About your determination, about your ambition, about your courage. About your curiosity in face of the unknown, about you being able to face insurmountable odds.
It’s all you.
And the beautiful life that you have imagined into existence.