When it comes right down to it, there are a few things that can really make you miserable in this life.
And if we are being logical, most of them are a result of our own incompetence and lack of care.
One reason in particular stands out among all others and that is to live your life as if you are a complete stranger to fulfillment, both physically and mentally.
In this article, we want to talk about the collective respect that we have for our own existence.
How do we look at the concept of time?
Do we see our time as Years? Months? Weeks? Days?Hours? Minutes?
How do we approach time? What is our idea of time?
This is really important, because it will determine our approach to productivity and success on a daily basis.
A person who looks at time in the manner of years has a different perspective when it comes to fighting for his life and realizing his dreams. A person who sees their time in months works quite differently.
But nonetheless, time is a relative factor that contributes to our productivity. In this particular blog post, I want you to see your time in the manner of days.
You have 365 days a year, 30 days a month, and 7 days a week.
What do you do with it?
The answer to that question determines a great deal about a person or a character.
You see, many of us are miserable in our life. Each day, we do not do the things that we really want to do, rather, we do things that we otherwise would not.
We do things that do not benefit us in the long run.
We do things that we are not particularly proud of. We do things that bring much shame to our inner self and the portrait of our ideal character that we aspire to become.
The equation is simple, and the result is all the more interesting:
When we waste each day not living the life that is in alignment with the higher vision that we have for ourselves, we are miserable and wretched.
We are desperate for everything that can hold our attention, because we are not giving the important things the attention that they deserve.
If you want to live a happier life, the solution to your misery is simple:
Do not waste your days living everybody else’s life.
Do not waste your days living a life that makes you ashamed of yourself.
Live your days in a manner that makes you proud.
Live each and every day doing the things that you have always wanted to do.
This is the only way to run away from the misery and the suffering of living a pointless life.
See your time as days and live each day like it is your last upon this earth!
It is at the doorsteps of this meaningful approach to your daily life that you will find happiness and contentment.