Taking Chances (S.O.W)

“In the end, it is the chances we don’t take in life, that we will regret the most.”

Redefinition of ourselves is something we do several times throughout our life span. Lifestyles become stale, sights and interests change, and we grow with time.

Through this process., we tend to lose sight of ourselves. This isn’t a horrible thing, but we often stray away from the big picture.

“Doing whats easy doesn’t always mean your doing the right thing.”

Sometimes doing the right thing for you, is one of thee (emphasize on that)  hardest things you may ever have to do. What is important is knowing that it is right for you.

I posted this week  about a similar topic that asked a specific question. Now i’m revisiting that. Do you remember sitting in your third or fourth grade class being asked by your teacher “What do you want to be when you grow up?” This question leads to all sorts of fun.

Did you take that chance?

Remember in high school when you might of changed your mind and thought you’d rather be something else?

Did you take THAT chance?

Remember in college when you made it half way through your major an re thought the whole plan?

Did you think about it again?

I would go on forever with this and I know what some of you may be thinking. Chances are sometimes risky. Hey sometimes you might even get your feet dirty walking in those waters.

“Home is where the heart is.” This is not a physical place. this is the fulfillment center in your heart and soul. Your truest desires is where you belong.

It is important to live your life like everyday is your last. Why? because in the end we want to be able to look back fondly. Regrets serve to make us unhappy. At the bottom line, whatever endeavor you may have dreamed up, don’t give up. Don’t stop! keep going, and pushing forward. There will always be a breaking moment. the good news is, that immediately after that breaking moment, if you don’t quit, the reward awaits you right around the corner. If you do give up, you’ll never know.

for my mother readers out there, think about giving birth. Whats the worst moment in that entire process. Yeah!… I call it the death ring of fire. What happens just after that moment? ………. Exactly.

Life….. It’s speaks for itself.

Have a great inspirational Tuesday readers.



8 thoughts on “Taking Chances (S.O.W)

  1. Nicodemas says:

    What a wonderful post! Besides wanting to be a Native American/First Nations person (no I’m not kidding), I wanted to be a writer. Do you remember the original Waltons movie where the young man was trying to be a writer, but couldn’t see how it would all work out? Yeah, that was me. Peace.

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  2. snkisgen says:

    When I was in fourth grade I wanted to be a horse. So I wrote stories as if I was a horse. Being a horse in a literal sense did not work out, but thankfully I am still writing.
    “Doing whats easy doesn’t always mean your doing the right thing.” – Wow. What a challenging quote to live by. Thank you for sharing this post. When my husband gets home for dinner, I will be sharing that quote with him. I am so glad I found your blog!

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      • snkisgen says:

        Horse costume? On TV? Oh no, that is for amateurs! I wanted to be a shape-shifter human to actual, flesh and blood, horse. Majestic and galloping, my mane and tail in the wind. I am over it though…*whinnies softly under breath*

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