"No matter how many mistakes you make
or how slow you progress,
you're still way ahead of everyone
who isn't trying."
-- Tony Robbins
As Yoda said so perfectly, "Do or do not. There is no try," whatever gets done, gets done by doing. And, what does it matter how long it takes. It's not a race unless that is the way you choose to imagine it. It is simply a journey--a journey of our own choosing, to a destination that is of our own creation, and our pace is not an issue unless we choose to make it so. Truly, it isn't even the destination either. It is simply the decision to do and the doing that matters in the end.
Even if we stop anywhere along that journey, choose something else and focus on it, the previous doing becomes a stepping stone on the much grander journey that we call life. There is no place or time that we need to be, only choices from desires of what we think we want. And, because that is in a constant state of flux, enjoying our life is tantamount to enjoying the doing. We call that living.
Sometimes we get so hung up on where we think we should be, and the only reason we may think this is in comparison to another or others. Comparing ourselves to others is a waste of time and energy, and has a tendency to depersonalize the journey. Focusing on what we want is in our best interest. That is our journey and by that focus, it is the best it can be. As to the others, we thrive by blessing them where they are, inviting some to come along should they have a similar desire, and turn our remaining focus to enjoying the trip.
It's all good. Enjoy your journey. Enjoy your doing. Enjoy yourself. Enjoy your life.
Don't Forget To Breathe Deeply. You Might Put That On A Sticky Note As A Reminder.
Spread Some Joy Today--by loving your life as it is on your way to wherever you may be going.