Back to Reality


Even when you make it to the top, there’ll be a small drop to remind you to balance and realize your place. 

The joy of accomplishment can be an overwhelming force that leads to a fantasy when awareness is denied. The taste of success inspires a person to want more, even if it isn’t a plausible choice in the present. Every person has the potential to succeed, but the control of when and how aren’t for them to decide.

There isn’t a standardized way for a person to be successful. Life is an unpredictable journey that provides various life lessons. Successes fuel hope, but not every progression guarantees completion. At times when progressions shower down in abundance, people are overwhelmed by the gifts and forget to recognize their actual place. An accomplishment isn’t intended to dismiss the hard work or promise that life is now easier, it’s a congratulatory gift to help realize an accomplishment and motivate them towards more.

The hardest thing about letting go of a situation, whether it be a success or failure, is admitting that we are human without full control. Life continuously moves forward with new twists and turns, and an experience won’t last forever. Accepting what is and proceeding to the next adventure is all that’s required to remain conscious of our life and determine the balance meant for our person.

Don’t dream to only experience the best, embrace your hardships to realize yourself and determine your goals based on the discoveries life offers. Respect that you’re a human being in a mysterious world and welcome all opportunities, even if they don’t feel perfect. Reality provides truth to explore and it will be realized when we accept our place.

Published by Astrid's Words

Astrid Hardjana-Large is an inspirational author who enjoys Life and adversity. She is motivated to share her inspiration from Life experiences and encourages readers to persevere on the journey of Life.

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