Hello to all beautiful souls here! ✨✨
I hope you had a great week. This week I just took the time to be me. I haven’t pressured myself to respond to my emails, notifications or even messages. I took the liberty to just be in the moment. Study for my finals, connect with my business peers and have a healthy sleep routine. (I fell sick on Monday and had a University report due today. Being a business student is exhausting…) But after realizing that some things in life can wait, and focussing on myself and to savor each moment and get the work done of the present moment, I feel better. And honestly, I feel like I’ve had the most productive week in so long! I need to focus on the now and take a few things at a time instead of handling multiple tasks.
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This poem is dedicated to you. The person who thinks it’s either too early or too late to work on their dreams. I shared it on my Instagram just a few hours ago and couldn’t resist sharing it here. This poem is for the fire inside you, that keeps you shining. Remember to never abandon your fierce self (the “never giving up” attitude toward being the best version of you!) This world needs your dreams and you! It’s never too late or too soon to start living your life on your terms.
so many people walking the earth
with dreams in their eyes and ambition in their heart,
but deep down they know what they’re living is a lie.
the alarm goes off at an exact time every day,
so they can walk into a job they hate,
just because they need the pay.
and when realization strikes,
it seems that all time does is take from them,
but it never seems to give,
and here they are waiting for the day to come,
when they’ll finally start to live.
living too cautiously to spend a few penny on the last years of their life. waiting a whole lifetime to be an idea of something “perfect.”
and i’m scared now…
thinking i’ll become just like the rest,
only walking with the crowd,
because my dreams have been oppressed.
that one day i’ll look back on life,
at the opportunities that i missed,
and realize i never truly lived,
all i did was exist.
so now is the chance,
it’s never too late or soon,
to start building your dreams,
before someone else hires you to work for their fortune.
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—–Have Hope. Keep Faith—–
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