Stop Worrying About Where You Are; You’re Right Where You’re Destined To Be

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You are great and the fact that you’ve made it this far is proof enough. Stop worrying about being a broken soul. We are all broken. Being broken is what allows us to rebuild and come back stronger. Stop whining about being tired, because you know that there is a lot of work left to be done. Stop being sad at how far you have yet to go, and be happy at how far you have already come.

Stop doing yourself the injustice of second-guessing yourself. Don’t succumb to the shadows of self-doubt and insecurity. Don’t ever let yourself believe for one second that you’re not good enough. Stop letting the naysayers talk you out of where you’re headed. You’re on the right track. It doesn’t matter how long it takes you to get there, so just stop worrying about how slow you’re going. You don’t need to change course to have a better life. Stop comparing yourself to the people around you; they also have their own battles that they need to fight.

The only person that you need to concern yourself with is yourself, and you should never get discouraged at how much you have yet to accomplish. Rejoice at the thought that challenges are yet to come. Be happy at the idea that you have still much to prove for yourself. Be thankful that you’re alive and you’re given the opportunities of struggle and triumph.

Know that your efforts will never be done in vain and that patience was, is, and always will be a virtue. Don’t, even for one second, think that you’re not important in this world. The world is a stage, and we all must play a part.

Stop thinking that you’re on the wrong track. You’re on the right track, it’s just a scary one. Remember that we all go through turbulent times, and that these are the moments that make or break us. We cannot afford to cower under these circumstances. We cannot doubt our skills and abilities to overcome these difficult trials. We cannot afford to turn back and head back for safety. Safety is where people go to live boring and meaningless lives. Whenever you feel like you’re treading dangerous waters, then that’s good. It means you’re actually living, and that you’re fighting for something that is worth having.- Continue reading on the next page