Making adjustments to enhance an outcome are necessary when change is desired. For example, if you are in your 50s and want to run a mile to meet a personal objective then you need to start somewhere, especially if you have been living a sedentary lifestyle for the past twenty years.
To live a life of happiness with purpose, it might be worth considering making changes that reflect lifestyle benefits, but at the same time aim for overall connectiveness and support for, not only yourself, but for loved ones. How can you make a difference without changing your appreciation of life and your family.
Enjoying life is a burning sensation, or at least it should be. Like when you meet your partner for the first time and there are butterflies dancing around your midsection; you are embracing your very own existence and how it reverberates. You are in your element because you’ve come to the conclusion that your one stop journey has to be fine-tuned and meaningful.
Aspiring to improve can be bountiful in terms of growth. Yes, we start out studying at school and then go onto college or university to get educated, learn a specific academic subject we can use to get a career, start a job, and follow everyone else. We are individuals, but we could be compared to a flock of sheep in that most of us follow humanity and its rules of engagement.
It's your life, you are the one, you owe it to yourself to make an impact, enjoy it as much as possible, feel connectiveness and have the trip of a lifetime that gives you satisfaction while fulfilling all your desires. Live life, live the dream; wake up every morning excited to take on a new day!
Keep it real, relatable
Make it social, celebrate togetherness
Be straight, transparent, credible
Don’t forget fun and light-heartedness
Embrace inclusiveness – sensitively
Today will be a new beginning, a moment to define growing intellectually, a day that you must embrace to capture the enlightenment of having the ball in your court. Go for it, and make your day!
Have a truly fantastic one!
Prof. Carl Boniface
Reverberates (v) = echoes, resounds, vibrates, rings, resonates
Flock of sheep (idiom) = flock, the group of sheep is referred to as flock. Collective nouns are nouns used to refer to groups or numbers of animals, people, or things.
Rule of engagement (n) = a directive issued by a military authority specifying the circumstances and limitations under which forces will engage in combat with the enemy. Rules of engagement can also mean carrying on as everyone is expected.