11 Signs That You’re In Love With Your Life And You Should Never Change
1. You learn more about the things that you’re passionate about and you dedicate more time to those things.
When you fall in love with your life, then you really get to discover the things that you love about it. You understand where your passions lie. You know what it takes to make you feel fulfilled and happy. You know where to look in life to find meaning and accomplishment. And when you understand your passions better, you know that you can dedicate more of your time to those things.
2. You develop a better understanding of the things that you really want out of life.
When you fall in love with life, you tend to understand the things that you love about it better. You find out so much more about what you want to experience in this world. And more importantly, you discover a lot about the things you don’t really want to give time, effort, or power to.
3. You gain a better appreciation for the relationships that you already have in your life.
Sometimes, people tend to get so caught up in trying to find that one romantic relationship they can cherish for the rest of their lives that they end up neglecting the relationships that they already have in their possession. You understand that you need to value your current relationships just as much as you would your future ones.
4. You live life more selfishly without being shy about it.
You don’t really have to think of other people much when you’re making decisions about yourself. You don’t have to worry about offending anyone with the amount of time that you dedicate to a specific endeavor. You won’t have to worry about splitting your efforts. You can be selfish and no one is going to blame you for it.
5. You become more open to learning and discovering new perspectives.
When you fall in love with life, you realize that there is a grand world beyond your own just waiting to be discovered. And sometimes, you can find discoveries through the ideas and lenses of other people. So you become more open-minded and receptive of new worldviews.
6. You develop a better appreciation for the simple things that life has to offer.
It’s not just about the grand things with you anymore. You know that life is made up of the grand and the mundane. And you have grown to appreciate the mundane just as much. You know that it’s the little things that really make life so special. The big things are what make life exciting.
7. You never stop trying to be a better human being.
You have grown to love life so much that you embrace the concept of the grind. Every single day that you are alive, you dedicate it to making sure that you are becoming a better human being overall.
8. You are more adventurous and explorative.
You become fearless. You give in to your curiosities. When you fall in love with life, you want to experience as much as possible of what life has to offer. And if that means getting lost or scared along the way, you don’t really mind. You are happy just as long as you know that you are making the most out of your time in this world.
9. You are thankful for what you have but you become hungrier for the things that you want.
It’s a never-ending process for you. You don’t take what you have for granted. You are very much grateful for all of the blessings that you have in life. You are thankful for all of the achievements that you have garnered for yourself. But you also understand that the work is not done. Your time on this earth is not yet up and you still have a long journey ahead of you.
10. You don’t think that it’s unfortunate that you’re not in a relationship.
You don’t let the fact that you’re in a relationship (or not) define who you are. You are the only one who gets to determine your own self-worth. You are the only one who really gets to judge yourself. Regardless if you’re dating someone or not, you know that you have value in your life and it’s you who put that value there with your determination and hard work.
11. You love the fact that your life is a rollercoaster that goes up and down.
You understand that life doesn’t always have to be perpetual sunshine. You accept that you aren’t always going to be happy and excited. You know that you aren’t always going to be experiencing the greatest pleasures that this world has to offer you. And that’s fine. You’ve learned to embrace the bad with the good because you know that that is what life is really made of. And you wouldn’t have it any other way.
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