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Perfect life is a myth

Most guys make the mistake of believing that all would be perfect one day. “If I work hard enough, I’ll be able to relax one day.” “One day, my wife will realize stuff, and she will quit complaining.” “One day, my man will start giving attention to me once again.” “I’m only persisting now so that one day I can accomplish my goals with my life.” The mistake is to believe that things will eventually change in some major way. They are not going to. It’s never going to end.

The creative job is to struggle, fight, and love the present time while offering your one-of-a-kind gift as long as life goes on. Problems are never going to end. So it makes no sense to keep waiting for the nice things. Spend at least one hour a day doing whatever you’ve been putting off. Do it until your finances are more stable or reach your health targets. You are free to accomplish what you want to do. Don’t waste any more time. Don’t fall for the “someday it will be wonderful” illusion. Do what you’ve always wanted to do. Recall what you’ve always been longing to do and what you were born to do right now.

Purpose- An escape from ambiguity

Invest at least 60 minutes a day working for your interests. Mind you, this is an investment, and its returns will recharge you for everything else in your life. Regardless of the daily responsibilities that seem to confine you, do whatever you just love to do—what your heart genuinely feels like. But be warned: don’t attach any sense of attachment and expectations with the result of this activity. Otherwise, it would add to your current miseries.

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When we have so much dissatisfaction with the flow of life, we procrastinate. The majority of postponements are justifications for lack of meaningful discipline. Limited funds and family duties have never deterred a man who truly wants to accomplish something. But these can serve as justifications for a man who isn’t employing meaningful discipline in the first place. Find out today if you’re willing to go the extra mile to contribute your talent to the world truly. Spend at least an hour today offering your biggest contribution, whatever it is. Thus, when you go to bed at night, you know you could not have lived your day with more guts, artistry, and delivery.

Take risks to make your life more interesting, if not a perfect life

It is acceptable for a person to own his worries, rejection, and willingness to be on edge. Every human indeed has a limit, a growth potential, and a destiny. However, lying to himself or others about his real condition is dishonest. He shouldn’t attempt to look wiser than he is. He shouldn’t fall just short of his true expertise. The more a guy uses his true potential, the more valued he is like a friend to other men. he can be trustworthy to be genuine and totally present.

Choose any part of your life that needs improvement. For example, your relationship, your job, your children’s marriage, or your spiritual life. Let us choose one, say your work. You are currently working in some manner. Ask yourself- how do your worries prevent you from making a greater contribution to humanity, earning a larger paycheck, or earning money in a more innovative and fun way? Would you be earning a living in the same way you are today if you were completely fearless?

Be conscious of your insecurities

Unless they are completely free, all humans are scared. If you can’t admit it, you’re playing games with yourself and others. Even if you don’t feel afraid, your peers will. As a result, they will lose faith in you since they know you are non-rational and dishonest to yourself and are more inclined to mislead them, voluntarily or involuntarily. If we are not leading perfect lives, nobody else would be doing that.

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Perhaps you are keenly aware of your fears: your avoidance of taking risks, your phobia of failure, or your fear of success. Maybe you are content with your current standard of living and do not want the lifestyle shift.
Some men are afraid of feeling afraid; therefore, they don’t even try to reach their potential. They select a job they know they can perform comfortably and quickly. They never even try to use the brain’s faculties to their full potential. Their lives are comfortable and pleasant, but they are dead. They lack the vitality, breadth, and motivating spirit that characterizes a man working on his edge. Other people will not be able to trust the potential of such people.

 “Accept – then act. Whatever the present moment contains, accept it as if you had chosen it. Always work with it, not against it.” – Eckhart Tolle

Be your own version

Make sure you are being who you are. You must be at your deepest, most relaxed levels, a continual exercise in your life. Everything else is secondary to this process. If you are not going through the way of conscious loving, your job, your children, your wife, your money, your artistic accomplishments, and your joys are all shallow and hollow. Be conscious of these subjects. Where are you focusing your attention? Do you have a sense of where it came from?

Can you experience what makes you attentive and aware, even for a moment? Can you sense the true nature of your attention? What happens when you simply allow awareness to come to you?
Feel the truth of who you are, even when you’re watching Netflix or cleaning up a mess on the floor. Feel the limitless awareness in which each moment appears and goes. When you greet each moment with your innermost realisation, all moments have the same intensity of truth, wholeness, and joy. Nothing has ever changed the fact that you are the One who you are.

“Because one believes in oneself, one doesn’t try to convince others. Because one is content with oneself, one doesn’t need others’ approval. Because one accepts oneself, the whole world accepts him or her.” – Lao Tzu

Know these things and you will not self-hate

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