Great things aren't realized by impulse.

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Great things aren't realized by impulse, rapt struggle and burning desires just seems to be the driving force sharpening unrealistic goals. We strive to pinch perfection from the collection of wishes with the exertion of efforts to define our route to prestige, perhaps to push beyond boundaries.

Sometimes we're often blinded by the arrays of defeats and inevitable ruin. Like when life seems tough; underdogs and predatory advice might get one thinking negatively — exploiting life struggle with a flicker of a worst-case scenario. To some extent, I assume stepping outside of our comfort zone to chase success is equally a chore to bear in the cause of living. After all, we all commit to life-affirming dreams and aspirations.

Trust me, existence offers endless misery and merry, fleeting moments we've got to accept. In the course of our lifetime, there are fractions of regrets, rejections and frustrations — either way, we've got to continue pressing forward with a bit of extra motivation at any given moment to wholesomely invent accomplishment. 

Oftentimes, we experience the saddest moments and a series of daunting times — it's comforting we turn to courage and curiosity to unravel the overwhelming realities of life — struggling for survival and fulfilment— and perhaps holding on to positivity in a bid to stay very much alive. We must understand that we've got to preserve ourselves from the bane of life's unusual circumstances. 

The world is a haven of never-ending adventure and experiences; terrific and terrifying days — in any way, it's gainful that we approach life with the right philosophies. So, while we slam on slight flaws in unusual ways, perhaps, it's awesome we take a deep breath, create joy, grasp on to genuine resilience to tame and ease the range of unfortunate moments. 

Remember. You deserve a more fulfilling life. Only God can limit how far can go in life!

 Alao, Afeez Oluwatamilore.


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