You will never be great if you’ll stay in your comfortzone; to become one, go out and explore the world.
The best message I first heard from a priest. Though it’s not exactly what he said but it’s the same thought as mine.
Since then, I vowed myself to come out, pursue my wants and learn from it. I enjoyed the times I spent outside with the supportive people around who look at life as a 🎁 and blessing that must be treated fairly; not a machine who’s here to just keep on working for others to eat.
We are here to live, to grow, to love, to forgive, to heal and to succeed in everything we’re drawn to. No matter how hard you stop the world from changing, it will always change. If you want to stop change then you’re a fool, you know it’s never going to happen.
Change is inevitable and it’s normal, it’s the only way for us to grow, learn, become the best version of us, help others to assist change and rejoice for the new achievements we’re blessed to have. I am so proud of the scientists, inventors and other geniuses behind the earth evolution. I mean they understand that if we’re not doing anything new then why are we here? To get stuck and wait for our deaths not doing anything great?
But not all people have that courage to become great. And yet, we are still alive right? We can still do little things to help ourselves change a bit, not to become great but we’re becoming then it’s okay, I’ll accept it. Sometimes, you just have to open your mind to change because if you don’t then you’re against the universe.
Change is constant, what you can achieve along with change became a variable. It’s cool isn’t it? The only way you can’t step on others life is to make your own. I mean, even if you’re doing it unintentionally, some people just cannot accept change because it hurts their ego. They spent time trying to hold us back because losing you is a shame on their part; seeing you succeed is a shame on their part; there’s no other reason.
When I started writing, a lot felt scared, specially those who have done wrong against me, those who have stepped on my foot as a daughter and disrespected me like how they disrespected others. Someone came to me saying, “Things happen in a family, it’s normal, help your mother (the person who hated me that my mother choose to protect because he’s giving her money, died; and I never went to help.) people die you know,” he said. But he’s just a cousin, not even a brother; he cares too much of my mother, he didn’t even know how she made me feel like for over 10 years. How guilty of him.
Our place was burn to fire, and I was the one helping to get my mother’s documents, her money, her important things that I knew of. I distant myself from fire because I am bringing papers, Guess what he did right after that, he ran after me and get her documents away as if I am stealing it. Oh dear, such a big insult, he’s so annoying, he cares too much but he’s out of place. Good thing is that I changed. I am no longer a little girl who’s scared of him. I have lived without my mother since I left home at 23. When I came home, they are still the same ugly people but they can’t hurt me anymore.