A few days ago, I posted something titled ‘easy way to kickstart your life: habits.’ It’s been 12 days since I started getting serious with habits and it took a lot in me to choose only 1 habit to start with. I was very much tempted to write 10 things in my habit list. However, like I mentioned in my previous post, only very few people can pull that off and the risk of failing and never completing 21 days was too great for me.
Success, by its definition, is relative. I consider some parts of my life a success, and some are a work in progress. I have recently realised, however, that success is success, no matter how small it is. The benefit of this principle is the sense of achievement you get for every successful task you accomplish, which will boost your determination to accomplish even more.
I am making this post in reference to a recent news I have read from GMA News Online: Duterte says God talked to him on the plane: I promised to stop cussing.
I will quote what he said in verbatim:
I was looking at the skies as I was coming over here. And I… everybody was asleep snoring. A voice said that you know ‘If you don’t stop (inaudible), I will bring this plane down now.’ And I said, who is this? Of course, it’s God. Oh, OK. So, I promised God not to express slang, cuss words.
“Welcome to another episode of my life.” This is what’s called as the attitude of “all about me.” This is also my introduction to this post. Welcome. If that sounds self-centered, deal with it. This is my blog, after all.
So. Those of you that decided to stay, read on happily!
This is it. This is here and this is now. I have started so many blogs that I am uncomfortably struggling with how to start this one sounding as excited as if it’s my first time, ever, and without being unoriginal.
But that’s what ruins almost everything right? That ‘thinking too much‘ attitude? In my short experience in living, I have learned that the things that we will regret the most when we are older, are not those that we have done, but, rather, those that we did not do. Mark Twain said so.