You read about legendary stories, their focus, concentration, dedication, and other words that fit here; I wondered how they would feel when they do not feel like doing anything.
It’s easy to speak in hindsight, and we can always make a good sense of it. ‘As time goes by,’ in real, how is it to feel when one loses focus and cannot concentrate?
Self-doubts creep in at times when you start thinking about the future. We have to prepare for the future, but at the same time, as everyone has told us in their ways, we must learn to live in the present, quite the opposite when the future seems so promising, motivation oozing through the veins with each day that passes by.
Perception is a thing, and also how one adapts to that perception matters. I can say, but I have to mean it, and only when I walk through the channel that parallels my talks has some credibility. This aspect is what separates me from achievers and a wannabe achiever.
An achiever was a wannabe achiever some time back, so one must seek comfort in that, but the comfort zone ends there, as one has to push individual limits imposed by us previously to give birth to the achiever in us.
When chips are down, we tend to lose faith in few things we believed in.
Common sense often is the culprit, it makes us believe the dark side of our faith, and with time it convinces unless we fight it out, the conflict inside us before it’s too late.
I am going through a phase where laziness is pre-dominant, lack of focus, and uncertainty… I’m not too fond of this period…. but I have accepted this to be the present behaviour.
I want to change, and it feels as though I have lost faith. Losing the faith doesn’t mean I am a pessimist; it’s the way I come out of this that matters. ‘Without self-doubts’ one has never succeeded. It’s the way one clears the doubts and regain the focus that has made all the difference.
One thing is getting clear…. what you focus on the most turns into reality… Until this week, I was out of focus as to where I want to be…..
This week, it’s a better picture, so to say, when compared to last week or the previous. I have had a chance to ponder over new opinions, or one can say new impressions. In the end, I shut my mind and just allowed my instincts to speak. Only by reflecting on events that have occurred in my life made me understand the meaning of faith.
Faith is believing in something when common sense tells you not to. Just because things did not turn out the way you want to the first time, you still got to believe in people or something you have hopes on.” – The first line is from the Miracle on 34th street, Rest is my interpretation as to why the first line makes sense to me…
I am sure I will fight my way out of laziness and start believing (re-believe) in things that I haven’t been off-late.