It’s About the Journey


Motivation to proceed on a journey is aroused when an achievement is determined. When purpose is clarified, acceptance of opportunities comes readily. Consciousness of desire should never lead to the expectation that hard work only pertains to a single goal, life offers various circumstances that appear to distract from purpose but evolve into lessons needed to assist with discovery and knowledge.

Enjoyment is desired when starting an adventure, but awareness of the changes life presents is important to maintain. Establishing how to feel in the experience is the only way to control the outcome. Concentration on hardships makes the process feel like a failure. Realization of success is deciphered through reflection and courageous acceptance. Appreciate the discoveries to distinguish the opportunities presented.

Immediate success isn’t attainable, but every discovery strengthens our character. Despite the altercations that arise, success remains within reach and the quality of the journey is dependent on a person’s chosen perspective. Explore the objectives and reassess the direction, the possibilities are endless with a receptive mindset.

Recognize that a single adventure is education for a variety of life aspects and they all pertain to individual development. Determine your achievement, liberate the concentration on hardships, embrace the opportunity to grow and realize its purpose for you. Every journey promises experiences for gradual comprehension. Don’t just remain where you are; pursue your goal and grow.

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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