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Why There Are No Perfect Moments.

 There will never be a perfect time for you to do what needs to be done. There won’t be a perfect time to leave your job and take the chance on doing something you actually enjoy. There will not be a perfect time to tell your parents you want to live your life and not be a repeat of theirs. There won’t ever be a perfect time to ask your love to marry you.

Now is the time. Time to pursue your dreams.  To say that this is your life and it’s time to do something. No matter what happens in this moment, it will be one step closer to where you want to be.

We will never have enough money to live the perfect life.  We will never have the latest gadgets to make things easier.  And we shouldn’t.  It’s about taking what we have right now and make the best of it.  Making this moment perfect.

I rewrote this post three times already.  And you know what?  It’s never going to be perfect.  It shouldn’t be.  It should always be about putting words down and expressing myself. It’s about me enjoying the process of writing.

So if you expected a fairy tale life or one you see on the television, think again.  Look at what you have in your life now and cherish it.  Make it perfect in its own way.

-alv

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8 thoughts on “Why There Are No Perfect Moments.”

  1. Antonio, I appreciate that you told us you wrote this post three times….And I appreciate your honesty and how indeed you mentioned it’s all about the fun of writing and of just being able to express yourself!
    I love this post because it represents one of my favorite mantras…Carpe Diem…Live now, don’t wait for the perfect moment to come!
    Cheers and happy weekend to you!
    *Lia

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  2. I completely agree. You can have this picture perfect image of what you want your life to be in your head. When it doesn’t turn out that way, it’s so easy to give up. What’s important is to always strive for your goals. As long as you do everything in your power to succeed, can you ever truly fail?

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    1. No you can’t, Mona. Failing is never permanent. We conceive in our mind that it is and automatically take on a defeated attitude. It just takes trial and error and the belief in yourself to overcome it. Thanks for reading and commenting, Mona.

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  3. “So if you expected a fairy tale life or one you see on the television, think again. Look at what you have in your life now and cherish it. Make it perfect in its own way.” Well said. Life is what we make it. #GFEpart2

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