Easier Said Than Done

I was going to repost an oldie but a goodie this morning, but a few comments prompted an idea in my gut and I could not help but write.  If I read this statement, “easier said than done,” once this past week I read it a dozen times.  The statements were in response to my post Help Others To Help Yourself.   But what prompted my mind was the thought process behind the statement.

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When I first read the “easier said than done” comments I was perplexed, but now I have a little more clarity.  Here’s the blunt truth: life is not easy.  Life can be hard, but it is not impossible.  There are going to be times in life that will require you to make big changes in order to change a certain outcome.  Often we live our lives wishing for change, but continuing to live in the same manner.  The frustration comes when the undesired result does not end, change or get better.  Change requires change.  Never forget that.

You will never experience the transformation you require if you are a wisher!  Change the actions or lack of actions that produce the undesirable result; then and only then will you begin to see things change. Will it be easy? Maybe, maybe not. Your success will depend on your desire. If you are wishing , then you will not change. But, if you develop a burning desire in your innermost self, then you will find a way.

Definition of insanity: Committing the same action over and over, while expecting a different result.  Break the cycle today by committing to new life activities, habits and rituals!  Make a list of your daily activities, thoughts, habits and rituals and begin to identify specifically what needs to be rectified in your life to get the desired outcome you want.

I hope this sheds light,

Big Dreamer


18 thoughts on “Easier Said Than Done

  1. Hmm….a wisher, a procrastinator and a dreamer all drink from the same glass but only one drinks it til its gone. The dreamer always believes to finish what you started, then on to conquer the next dream. Along with many others along the way. 🙂 Even the most truly focused intuitive person cannot keep up with every dream, there has to be a little bit of these curses/qualities in all of us. Right? Or am I just rambling? Haha.

  2. And he says philosophically, “but life is impossible as you will not get out alive”.

    I know this. I accept this. I have a 150 year life plan. This is why I conduct myself in a manner that will leave a favourable legacy.

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