The more you delete from your life the more you being to understand that maybe it’s not all about addition. Maybe it’s not about how many things we can tack onto our life but how we can erase all of the bad habits we have ever learned.
When you can get rid of all of the unnecessary things surrounding you which distract you from your true self, you become everything you were meant to be.
You drop your fears, the judgments you have of yourself and others, and all of the other things that have been tacked onto your life without your permission. So when you take all of those things away, you remove every single last bit of toxic energy from your life.
What would happen to your life if you actually did that?
At times, you might feel pretty lost in all of this. You could feel like you’ve lost your grounding and have no idea which way to turn. But after you regain your confidence, you can have complete control over yourself and who you are.
This transition will challenge you, but it will allow you to grow into something that you weren’t before. You will become something greater than what you once were.
Little did I realize at that time, the only time I have is now. Right now. There’s nothing else. You can have some sort of idea of what you want to do down the line but that’s really it. The only way to make those things become a reality is by showing up here and now and that’s all that you’ve really got.
If you can learn to subtract from your life to add to it, as scary as it might be, it will add so much value to your life.
And on top of that, connecting the present moment becomes even more important when you are starting to learn to appreciate what you have. When you add those two things together, you truly live a life full of gratitude and happiness.
Let it all free.
Addition By Subtracting
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