My Road Of Life Is Specific To Me
Staying On My Road, Keeps Me Off The Wrong Roads
I’m On A Road
Every Day is a day that has something planned, that will lead me to some type of ultimate goal.
I workout to meet a planned goal, of a specific muscle development designed for, 6 months away, a year away, or 2 years away.
I read specific books to gain the knowledge that a specific book has to offer, and once I complete that book, I use the knowledge gained by reading the words of that specific book, to design, create, or accomplish a planned goal, based on the knowledge learned, by reading the book.
I take on specific jobs to learn a specific trade, which will allow my learned skills, to be more valuable for my next job.
I practiced the sport that I play, in order to be very good at that sport, and perhaps play on a team that would value my skills, at the sport that I am playing.
I study a specific profession to become very good at that specific profession, allowing me to be valued in that specific profession.
Each and every one of the above descriptions of focusing on a specific subject, making short and long term goals, for each subject, is what I mean when I say, “I’m on a Road”.
The Road of My Life, is my free way of my life, and by staying on my specific road of my life, ensures that I’m not spinning my wheels in mud, on a off ramp of life. I add different roads to my life’s freeway, to ensure that I’m not restricted to one, and only one road, because life needs variety.
However, each road that I add to my freeway of life, is a road that is added for specific purposes, and the added road will have a planned accomplishment, somewhere in the future of that road.
In this life time, I have learned that staying on my road, ensures that I do not stray to another’s roads, because , when I get on another’s road, my life energy is drained faster, because driving on another’s road, cannot create joy in my heart, because everyone’s road is specific to that person, and that person only.
There are times when my road is parallel with another’s road, and by riding side by side, on our individual road, we can be who we are and what we are, while we both prosper equally.
I’m on my road of life, and thus far, I’ve added many different roads to my life’s experiences, and I have many more roads to add.
Get on your own road, and stick to what makes your road unique to only you, and once you have found your road, and have enjoyed your road for years, you will look back and noticed that your road has lead you through all of the heartaches of life, through all the emotional break downs of life, through all of your relationships of life,,, and have allowed you to survive all those life experiences, that would have cause you to have made very bad decisions…, had you not been on a road, heading in a specific direction.