Life can change so quickly and also time flies by so fast.
A few days ago we celebrated the 50th birthday of my dad and we showed some pictures and listened to music from previous years. And when you think that those songs were in a few years ago and you still can remember them so well but then you realize it was 10 years ago. That’s like mind-blowing. How fast time flies by.
And how fast your life can change in 5 or 10 years, it’s insane.
Especially with kids, you can really see the long period of time that happened.
And then on the other hand your life can change so fast from one moment to another.
One innocent moment can change your life forever: like getting pregnant by accident because the pill didn’t work while taking antibiotics.
I just heard about that from my neighbor and she still has her whole life ahead of her.
It makes you start to think about your life and what you’re doing every moment that can change your life.
When is the right time to get a child?
What do I want to do now when everything is fine right now in my life?
I have so many possibilities and I don’t use them because I’m too comfortable right now.
I should go out and discover the world and life.
I should appreciate that everything is fine right now. I am happy.
But it always feels weird when everything works out fine. Like I’m waiting for something terrible to happen the next moment.
So I should go out and enjoy my happy life now every moment.
It’s just too comfortable at home in my comfort zone.
This now sounds like a motivation letter to me because I’m too lazy right now.
But it should also wake you up to look at life from a different angle. It is a motivational letter to you too.
Appreciate everything you have in life.
Also for the bad stuff, because everything is a useful piece of your pathway to your purpose.
A lot of good things happen that come out of bad things or failures.
Just don’t stay in your comfort zone and try out new stuff.
Don’t be afraid of failure because failure is what gets you to your success.
Failure is an important piece of success. That’s why Tim Ferriss always asks his guests in his podcast or tv show what their greatest failure was.
Someday is a disease that will take your dreams to the grave with you.
– Tim Ferriss