“The greatest predicament of living in the jungles of time and space is learning to be happy while still having unfulfilled dreams.
The greatest challenge is not looking to the illusions for meaning, definition, and answers.
The greatest mystery is figuring out who you really are.
And the greatest reward of living in the jungles of time and space, is having predicaments, challenges, and mysteries that you have absolutely aced, crushed, and unraveled.
The Universe“©Mike Dooley, http://tut.com
Happiness is not the result of how huge your house is, or how many cars you have in your garage, or how much money you have in your bank account. What you need to look at is what you have now, today and not necessarily live in regrets as to why you didn’t do the things you needed to do to be richer or more successful. If you feel you have unfulfilled dreams, then it is not to late to go and fill them with your thoughts and actions. You are healthy and active, so nothing should stop you. In the process of fulfilling these unfulfilled dreams is to know what you are capable of, and in return, see who you really are, as an individual. It is somewhat scary because many are afraid to figure out who they are.
We sometimes navigates through life on auto-pilot and don’t realize our actions and their consequences. We move without feelings, without realizing the damage or the good we are doing on our path. We try our best to make it big and forget what is really important in life. We create an alternate future for ourselves, and live a dream inside another dream. We try to wake up from one dream to hopefully be able to change the path of our journey, either it be good or bad. If good, we pursue it making sure to do better and be more helpful to others, and if bad, well, we determine what we really want to become when exercising our negative powers to the world. We decide our path and by doing so, our thoughts and actions will dictate how we conduct ourselves from this point forward and how we can make a positive change in this world.
Dr. Dan Amzallag, PhD