Tag: Brave

Why You Don’t Get What You Want

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Anne Frank said, “I still believe, in spite of everything, I still believe that people are really good at heart.” If you are not getting what you want, then maybe you are not getting something right. Or maybe you are not asking the right questions.

To get what you want in your life, you must do the work. You must get out of your comfort zone. Because what you want is not coming to you. If you really want it, you must go and meet what you want.

To do that, you must go after what you want. You must ask the right questions. You must get really good at asking the right people.

Because the best way to get what you want is to go after it, is to ask for it. If you do not ask for what you want, you won’t get it. Whatever you want, do not be scared to ask for it, to chase it, to go after it.

Life gives to the brave.

Life helps the brave.

Life supports the brave.

From now on, no matter what you want for yourself, do not be afraid to go after it with all your might.

Remember, to get, you must ask.

To win, you must play.

To reap, you must plant.

To know, you must learn.

To grow, you must eat.

To do, you must think.

To receive, you must expect.

To get, you must ask. Because getting is asking.

If you are not getting what you want, then you should ask yourself, “Am I asking enough?”

Be Brave

Photo by Alexander Dummer

Be a source of love

“We must first have the desire and then the intention and commitment to be a source of love- this means that rather than waiting for the world to be more loving, we decide that we will be the first one to reach out and act loving- on matter what!”- Richard Carlson

Seek out the comfort and help you need

“Healing from a loss is a natural process of life- just as healing from a broken bone is too. Knowing this in the midst of pain is of great comfort. If it’s at all possible, don’t be alone. Seek out the comfort and help you need and deserve. This is not the time to be brave or strong. Instead it’s the time to reach out to others and be open to receive their kindness.”