Being an adult sucks. Falling in love sucks. You have to know when to give someone the space they’re asking for, even if it’s the last thing you want. Life’s all about decisions and nows the time to make the hardest one of your life- do you fight, or give up. Being young and in love isn’t fair. You don’t know what your future looks like. You don’t know if this is your first love, second, or if this is the one. But if deep in your heart, you feel like you can’t and don’t want to picture your life without this person, don’t give up. Life’s no walk in the park, especially when dealing with relationships, but it’s almost always worth the fight. Prove to that special someone that you’re going to keep fighting, and going to prove them wrong by showing them you’re the one. Let this be your motivation to show them the last few years wasn’t a waste of time. Couples grow, and the individuals grow also. People make mistakes and they learn from them. Don’t be selfish. Don’t make your mistakes and not give the other person their turn to make theirs. A strong, beautiful bond is one that picks each other up, forgives, and moves forward hand-in-hand.
Fight for something you love. Fight if it’s important to you. Fight if it’s someone you love. Fight if you know that in the end the bumps and bruises will have been worth it. Fight to be a better person in life. Fight the battles and win them all. There is something or someone out there in this world that’s worth fighting for. Find it, and fight hard. If you want it, go get it- and don’t stop until it’s yours. The best thing in life are free, but they also don’t come by so easily. Build yourself up to be someone strong, to be someone pushing for more out of life. Life truly is about winning, because it’s a constant battle. There’s going to be someone prettier, more handsome, smarter, and all of the above and in betweens; but there will never be another you. And there is someone or something out there that’s waiting for you to fight for them/it.
Positive energy gets you a long way in the toughest situations. Crazy how your life could be falling apart, and you could be losing hope, but if you switch your attitude and find the strength and positivity it could all turn around. Now, sometimes it doesn’t turn around for the best, but I’m sure it’ll buy you a little more time. The negativity you project, and the sadness that comes along with it, makes situations seem worse, harder, and uglier. I’m not sure if you guys read the article about the LADWP worker that was electrocuted by 4,8000 volts, but that is an example of having positive energy. You could only imagine the injuries that this has caused, so I’m pleased to say that with the positivity of his family and friends in the hospital, he’s slowly regaining his strength. When things looked ugly, he knew that his family was right by his side, there for him no matter what the outcome. And going through hell these last couple of days, it’s with the positive energy around him that’s made him gather his strength to keep on fighting.
So today, if you’re not motivated, here’s a little push. This man almost lost his life by being electrocuted by THOUSANDS of volts, yet here he is, still fighting. What’s your excuse?