Message From the Universe: Baby Steps to the Journey of a Thousand Miles
“Starting something is the best way to finish something.
And just doing a teeny, tiny something today, anything, from wherever you are, is the best way to start something.
I’m not just a client,
The Universe”Mike Dooley, http://tut.com
The journey of a thousand miles start always with the first step. You can’t accomplish anything if you haven’t started moving towards your goal. Effort is required and something can be difficult for many who are afraid of making effort. Many do the bare minimum but yet complain that they don’t see great results. You reap what you sow and that applies with everything in life. Nothing will come easy as if it did, every body would do it. You need to be different and think outside the box at times, even get out of your comfort zone. Great things will happen when you put in the time and energy to work towards making difficult changes in your life. Believe me, I speak with lots of experience.
So where to start this journey you may ask? Well, make sure you write down what you want to accomplish, or create, or achieve. Once you have all of it in paper, determine what is needed to get things done. Always focus on the big picture and do not allow yourself to get intimidated by your dreams, even if they are very scary, in the good way. Face your fears and always come up with better solutions to what you want to do. Baby steps are required to appease the hurdles you will face all through your journey to happiness. Once you mastered crawling, you can start walking and to finally run towards your destination. Be careful though as you may also fall and hurt yourself at times, but this is a part of what we call life. Without failures, you will never learn anything. If you don’t learn, you mind will stagnate and nothing will have any meaning. You want to avoid that at all cost. If the path you are in isn’t the right one, turn back and find the one that works best for you. Until then, I will see you at the destination. I am sure I will reach my goals. Why don’t you?
Dr. Dan Amzallag, PhD