Are you doing what you believe in, or are you settling for what you are doing?
For so long I had settled for what I thought life was dealing me. However this was out of ignorance and not knowing any better, that I could do what I believed in and what really made me feel worthwhile, fulfilled and gave me gratitude.
Now I'm doing what I believe in, enjoying and loving every moment of it. The great thing about it is even when I get the odd day of being down, I'm able to pick myself up quickly, brush my shoulder and move on.
This is an awesome and deep question.
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