Be a Paragon!
A week ago I started a book about how everything happens for a reason. A couple days ago I talked to a good friend about self love. Yesterday I receive one of the best compliments EVER! My new friend called me a paragon. The Irony is I was already going to write about these things anyways!
In “Everything Happens For A Reason” by Mira Kirshenbaum I learned that once you realize the reason things happen, you have to live within those reasons and write a new story for yourself. You need to stop living in the stories of who you once were. You need to love your life, you need to love the changes and the challenges in your life. Most importantly you need to love yourself, heart and soul. Conquer your fears and stand tall, always.
The title of my new life story is “Be a Paragon”. I want to strive for perfection in the eyes of those I inspire and I want to set examples for those who follow me in the future to come. I want to eat and breathe positivism. I want to be the example of positivism. I will tackle as many challenges as are needed to get where I want to be. As long as I am alive I will be striving for whatever great goal is next in my life.
What is your story? Do you like that story? Maybe it is time to change that story. In order to change the story you are still living now you have to close the book and open up a brand new one. Sometimes a complete start over of your life may be in order. The last question is, how badly do you really want those positive changes in your life and are you willing to do what it takes to reach these goals in your new life story?
I am a paragon, I am the next big thing, I am amazing. I am not conceded but I will tell myself these things till the end of my days! I am worth it to me and you should be worth it to you. Be a Paragon.
Posted on May 20, 2015, in Ways Of Ultra Positivism and tagged Challenges, change, everything happens for a reason, Goals, Mira Kirshenbaum, paragon, positive change, self love, worth, yourself. Bookmark the permalink. 4 Comments.
One saying that I have is “there is a fine line between cockiness and confidence”. I always need to be sure of where I’m heading and the choices that I’m making. I need to be diligent about being positive and receptive to those around me. I must watch the line to being too cocky because that can push people away that can help me. Sometimes I tread over that line, but as long as that where I permanently reside and any potential that I cause is not lasting, then it is a learning experience that can assist me on my life journey.
LikeLiked by 1 person
Everytime I say anything about who I am I used to think if I am being to cocky. Everytime I think about who I am I get more confident! I am amazing! You are amazing! Everyone has the potential to be amazing.
continually loving yourself is a very hard lesson. maybe one of my most recent hardest lessons to re awaken. I’m learning to over look people’s judgement because I know I am me! I just carry judgement around, which holds back the confidence I have in my unique life of holistic learning.
LikeLiked by 1 person
The journey within ourselves is one of the hardest challenges. You are strong to want to build that confidence within!
You are welcome, much gratitude Amy