We need a goal in our life. It doesn’t matter if the picture is big or small. It doesn’t matter if we succeeded or not.
We can plan the life we wanted, but some doors were opened and part of is not.
Sometimes we lose our track, but we can choose to be a victim or still have the intent on arriving.
Blunders will tag along, either we take control or shrinks in failure, it’s up to us if we can live beyond what we are capable of.
What matters most is how we accompany our lives with taking the chances we have because, in the end, we don’t want to feel regret, there is no medicine for it.
For all the chances we take, we can console ourselves by saying, “at least I have given it an honest shot.”
The sky may be clear today, but it might be cloudy tomorrow.
Yesterday is no longer yours, so do whatever you can for today.
If you wish to say something kind, say it now, there might not be a tomorrow.
The person you love won’t always be next to you.
If you wish to show an affection, show it now.
Do it now before they disappear.
“It’s never too late to start over.
If you weren’t happy with yesterday, try something different today.
Don’t stay stuck.
The worst possible thing that could happen to me is getting hit by the car or something. One of my friends asked me a favor to take care of her daughter today, I don’t have a problem except that I need to wake up early (9 am) and it’s Saturday (off day). I am not a morning person and I hate to wake up early during weekends. So, I would probably hit by the car while crossing the street before I could reach to their place.
Probably the best thing that could happen to me today is to have a free lunch!
In response of the Daily Prompt: Worst Case Scenario
Of all the awful possibilities, what’s the worst possible thing that could happen to you today? Now, what about the best?