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Why Is Limitless Living Questioned Or Is It?

Updated on September 30, 2017

Is Limitless Living Questioned?

When people hear the word limitless there first thought is, what is it? When you tell someone you are trying to live your life limitlessly they always have a funny look on their face, as if limitless living doesn’t exist. Which in turn makes the person who is telling someone else about limitlessness explain it to them which can be a difficult task but it can be done. When explaining what limitlessness is the biggest question is why are you doing it, how and what is it? So if you are a person living your life limitlessly and you are trying to explain it to someone else it takes a while.

I have been living my life limitlessly since I was born. Not that I have realized it until a few years ago but when I think back I have been doing it for years. When I am told I can't-do something that just pushes me to do it even more. When people ask, why I work so hard for a certain thing I tell that I am doing it because I know that it will get to where I want with hard work and dedication.

So I work with whatever it is I am doing in endless amounts until it gets to where it needs to be. I have been asked why I try and live my life limitlessly and my response to this question is I was always told no take the easy way out or you can't-do it. I refuse to let that stop me sure things might not work out the way I plan at first but things never work out the way people plan at first. So you try it a different and see what happens.

Everyone always has their own opinions on everything so when you mention you are going to do something whatever that is they give you their opinion and try to deter you from doing what you want to do. This happens the most when you say you want to do something limitlessly.

Most people don’t really understand what limitlessness is and they don’t understand that everyone lives their lives that way but they do. People question it because they don’t think it is how life should be lived. However, people don’t realize that that is how life is really lived.

That is why whenever someone talks about living a limitless life people question it. Living a limitless life is a strange concept that sometimes can’t be grasped because most people don’t know what limitlessness is. Everyone has their own version of a limitless life, so that is why it is questioned. A reason for this is the concept of limitlessness in any way is not something you hear about. So when someone talks about it, it is questioned because for most people limitlessness is not something people talk about often.


Why Is Limitless Living Questioned?

Limitless Living is questioned because even though the term try, try again is always said not very many people change the way they do things in order to get a different result. Or in order to get things done, they just do it the same way. If you want something to be limitless you have to do it differently in order to get it to work in your favor.

Which is why living limitlessly is always challenging but it is an interesting challenge. Sometimes it works and sometimes it doesn’t it’s just trial and error until something works, which is what makes it challenging but in a good way. If something doesn’t work why would you try and make it work? That is another question when you are thinking about living your life limitlessly.

I try to make things work in my favor when they don’t to prove that they can. This happens in a limitless way but it is also questioned when people see it because that is not how they think it should be done. People always question the people who live limitlessly because the people who live limitlessly will try things until they work, and the people watching them don’t understand why they would try and do something that might not get going for a while or ever.

A person who wants to try and do something that might take a long time to get going is looked at like they are not doing anything when in fact they are trying a limitless number of things to see what works for them the best in order to get them where they need to go.

When someone says they are doing something limitlessly is it questioned? Yes, it is because people don’t want to wait, they want instance when it comes to anything. Even a job they want the security of a paycheque every two weeks, they don’t want to have to worry about the time it takes just to start, they want to know how much they are getting paid have set hours to work those hours and go home. Instead of not knowing how much they will make being an entrepreneur. They are afraid of the unknown. That is why when you say you are doing something in a limitless way it is questioned and it always will be.

Doing something infinitely is being more optimistic than the normal person, which scares people. This is because it might not work and people don’t like when things don’t work because they feel as though they have wasted their time, but when you are an entrepreneur it might work so trying something limitlessly is a good thing. Limitlessness is questioned because everyone wants to see automatic results they don’t want to have to wait for them if they don’t see automatic results they assume it didn’t work. It’s like instant gratification seeing the results when you work and get paid every two weeks but being an entrepreneur it takes a little bit more time than that. Which is what people don’t like and that is another reason why they don’t even think of living their life limitlessly, even though they do for almost everything they do.


Is Limitless Living Worth it?

When you ask people if they think living limitlessly is worth it, they always say no because they don’t see an instance when they live that way. Which is what everyone is looking for but unless you put the work in over and over again you are not going to see the results that you want. Living a limitless life is full of trial and error more than good results. But you never know until you try, so why not give it a try and see what happens maybe then it won’t be questioned so much. Or is it questioned?

I think that I have covered that and it is questioned because people don’t understand it which is why it is questioned instead of it not being questioned.


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    • louise-barraco profile imageAUTHOR

      Louise Barraco 

      12 months ago from Ontario

      Thanks for the comment Larry

    • Larry Rankin profile image

      Larry Rankin 

      12 months ago from Oklahoma

      Always an interesting take:-)

    • louise-barraco profile imageAUTHOR

      Louise Barraco 

      12 months ago from Ontario

      Thanks for the comment :)

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      Dora Weithers 

      13 months ago from The Caribbean

      Thanks for sharing your insights on limitless living. We only have to pay attention to see that to some extent we are doing it already. Thanks for making us aware.

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