Compare for reality, but not for a dream because it’ll lead to a dangerous extreme. 

 

Life shouldn’t be about comparisons to others because that doesn’t determine who’s best. A person prevails in one situation in life, but what of all the other experiences life provides? Comparisons are useful to determine a level of progress but focus on reality and maintain dreams as eventual achievements.

When blinded by a dream not yet accomplished, don’t compare to elevate progress or choose another’s path to quicken the pace. Remain on your path and find what works for you. Discover new venues to heighten your experience. Every person has an individual journey to complete; be at peace with the treasures you gather. Keep what you want to be in sight and reflect on where you are today. Progress is gradual and you’re free to recognize its development.

Situations arise when we’re required to recognize our place and comparisons decipher where we’re lacking and what we can improve. Review the success you’re striving for, assess new opportunities presented and decide upon your most favorable action. Successful examples aren’t there to make you feel scared or tentative, they provide visions of what you may desire to be. Approach them with curiosity and uncover the possibilities for your success.

When a goal is achieved, compare to something new and create a new level to strive towards. Life is filled with endless possibilities and there’s no harm in assessing every skill you possess. Bring yourself back to square one to intensify the passion for living and discover more about who you are. Search for greater examples and prod them to share their knowledge. Development will have no end unless the right to evolve is relinquished.

Welcome comparisons as an assessment of reality, realize who you are today and determine new paths for future explorations. With developments around every corner, there’s no sense in limiting your path with primary examples when there are so many that you can learn from. Compare to know your place, address each challenge in the face and don’t rush to be an ace. Live as you are and apply your passion for contentment.

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