Life is NOT Short, STOP Wasting Opportunities!!!
⚠️RANT⚠️ this is controversial and going to upset some people, but you need to hear this.
If you are one of those people that continuously say that “life is short”, you are most likely living with regret and pessimism. ☹️
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Life is long. Life is long as hell. You have chances, opportunities, relationships and situations on a daily basis that you can either take advantage of or let pass you by.
If you want something, go get it.
If 40 years from now you don’t achieve what you wanted in life, don’t say you didn’t have enough time…you didn’t prioritize what was really important to you.
If you love someone, tell them ❤️
If they die and you did not tell them, don’t say that life is short. You had 40 damn years with the person… that’s on you, not father time!
When you say that life is short the first thing that happens is you think you need to have everything figured out, perfect and silver-lined in your life. Well that’s not reality.
What is reality is that the more often you take chances, the more often you fail and the quicker you learn from your mistakes. 🤯
The problem is, no one wants to learn from their mistakes. Instead they’d rather say that “life is short and it’s too late.”
It comes down to a simple concept of accountability. It is not time’s fault, it is not life’s fault or anyone else’s fault if you are not where you want to be in your life.
If you are not sure where your time has gone start by checking your bank ledger and your calendar to see what else you have prioritized over a happier, healthier and better life. 💰📅
Now on many subjects regarding to life and happiness, I will hold my tongue out of respect for people that have live longer on this planet. But the fact that I am only 35 years old, I think I have all the right in the world to speak on this topic.
If you are older than me and you say that life is short, shame on you.
Do better. Expect more. Try harder. Take chances. Risk more. Love more. Help more. Give more.
Do it for yourself and do it for the people who are unable or no longer with us.
If not, live with the regret and disappointment, but that is not the life that I am choosing to live but that is not the life that I am choosing to live!
Committed to your fitness success,
Derek Kuryliw, your fitness Yoda