The only limits are the ones we create for ourselves, but a deeper understanding of the changes we need to make, will present us with opportunities to make decisions that we didn’t think we could.
You need to have passion too, because without passion you may never fulfill your potential, to be successful, or happy. Although change seems hard, it’s not as hard as you think. Often, we’re too quick to think we can’t change that change happens to someone else: it can also happen to us.
We can all change, but we have to want to. Instead we tie ourselves into our lives without thinking about the life we have, or what we want. We’re also too concerned about letting other people down and how they may feel if we were to change, but that’s not a reason not to change. If the shoe were on the other foot, others would be the first to change.
We’re letting ourselves down by not working on change. Although that becomes our life, on an unconscious level it becomes obvious we need to change. When it comes to a disability, we need to know about our physical and emotional difficulties.
We consciously live with our unconscious thoughts, without giving things a second’s thought. For some, it may be a case of biding their time until such a time they can make the appropriate changes, for others they’re in a rut and aren’t sure how to change.
The first part of change for anyone, is to recognise their own wants and needs. They must become aware of what they need to change without feeling guilt. They must believe in themselves.
Working on ourselves, as well as understanding the universe, will help us nurture and support our choice to be happier, more peaceful and more secure in ourselves and in our lives.
Never stop working on change, trying to evolve, trying to be better than you were yesterday. Whilst The CP Diary is a culmination of my own changes, we can all change. Like everything in life, we just have to want to.