Shelf Life

Stop holding on to the outdated. This can points of view , people, activities, habits and lifestyles. Humans are creatures of repetition. We expect things we love doing to stay the same even though they have outlived their usefulness and are becoming detrimental to our development in life. As life progresses we grow and learn things that can change who we are for the better but are scared to because of the unknown. The thrill has left a lot of us a long time ago yet we try to relive our better days for no other reason than the feeling of loss. Some of our habits are like pills, they cure our sickness whether its low self esteem or financial problems. We fail to realize is that they are not cures; they are short term band aids that lose their potency over time. When they lose their potency we still try to use them to cure what ails us but deep down we know that they have lost their kick. Life is about growing and expanding. You must cut things out your life that are no longer useful to you or don’t define who you are as a person now. It is often time painful and taxing to the psyche because we have developed emotion ties to these things. It’s not the habits we love but the emotions tied to them. When you have a sentimental attachment to something that makes it ten times harder to say adios. I can’t tell you what’s holding you back only you know what you need to change. You must rid yourself of those paupers clothes in order to embrace your royal robe. Welcome to the life after.

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