Challenged to Change
I hope that you can relate to what I’m writing so that reading this doesn’t result in a waste of time for you.
With that being said, I’ll start off by saying that change is hard. I don’t see a need to pretend that I am perfect, so I’ll admit that there have been many times that I have told myself I was going to do something different and ended up doing the same thing that I always do.
Truthfully, when I do that, I feel bad about myself. I imagine that you share the same feelings when you do that as well, so maybe you will come up with the same conclusion that I did. I accepted that being mediocre is not what I am destined to be and if I don’t make the changes that
I know I should make then I will never be able to be comfortable because my thoughts simply wont allow me to.
If you're reading this and you have felt the urge to change before then I know that your meant for something better as well. Remember, better is defined by you.
Please think about what I am about to write in the last part of this letter. When something is bothering you it’s usually because of these two reasons; it doesn’t align with your morals or you don’t want to think of yourself in that way. This means that if you feel the need to change its
because deep down inside you know what your doing wrong or because you’re a different person but you just haven’t accepted it yet.
Take yourself serious and change your daily routine, I promise you that you won’t regret it. Think about what life could be like if you did all the things you knew you should be doing. After you're done imagining that, just do it. Your reading this letter because that’s what I decided to do
and one-day people will read a book written by me because of the same reason.
I hope that you make the changes that will lead you down a better path and I hope that this letter will inspire you to get started right away.