If You Don’t Fight For What You Want, Don’t Cry For What You Lost

“The future belongs to those who believe in the beauty of their dreams.”
Eleanor Roosevelt

It is easy to give up on something you just thought of doing, because you are afraid of failure. This is one of the most common fears. Then you start regretting not fighting for it, as only when you see the missed chances will you realize that it was up to you, that the fears kept you back, that you did not dare, but should have dared. But then it is usually too late.

Everything you want to work towards requires effort. We overlook this fact, simply because we think something is not worth the effort. But the little things affect bigger things. You have to start somewhere and do it consistently.

People forget to fight for their dreams and goals, for the people they love, because they are too busy with trivialities, too busy thinking that their efforts will be wasted.

And that’s when they get disappointed. They miss the opportunity to fight for what we want, which leads them to crying when they lose something.

“Do not let the memories of your past limit the potential of your future. There are no limits to what you can achieve on your journey through life, except in your mind.”

— Roy T. Bennett, The Light in the Heart

If you don’t fight for your goals and dreams, do not cry when you realize that you haven’t accomplished anything in your life.

If you are not ready to commit yourself to the present, do not cry when the future disappoints you.

If you don’t fight for the people you love, do not cry when you lose them.

If you are not ready to be with the person you love, do not cry when you lose them.

Love has to be worked on, love is reciprocity, giving and receiving. It’s about trying for the sake of the relationship every day. If you expect only receiving and that someone will do things for you without your giving, you will lose your soul mate. 

If you are not ready to try to make someone happy, do not cry when that person finds a replacement.

Enjoy the little things that life gives you, appreciate every moment with your loved ones, because otherwise someone else will do it instead of you.

Fight for those and fight for what you love, for that which makes you get up out of the bed every day, for that which makes you feel alive.

Written By Tyara Wolf

Psychology and Personal Development

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