You are traveling to a new state to live for a few days. You plan your trip to include all of the state’s major attractions and how far your new home will be from any of them.
This is the point where we are like “are we at the end of the road? This is basically all we have to do.” When asking people which state they’d come to visit, we often get the same answer: all of them.
The problem is that we don’t want to come to visit the state we’ve lived in all of our lives. We want to visit the state we’ve become the only one of us and it’s our home. We want to see what it’s like to live in a new place and it’s our home. So what if we have to leave behind the state that we’re most familiar with. We want to see how far we’ve come.
I know this may seem counter-intuitive, but I am a fan of the idea that where you are from matters less than how you’ve come to be who you are. I like to think that it is because the people who have changed the most are the ones who’ve had the most growth in our lives. As long as we are in the present, it is a given that we will be the people who’ll be the most likely to change the the most.
The way I see it, it is the people whove experienced the most growth in our lives that will define the most who we are today. I say this because its so easy to be stuck in your ruts. Just because people have seen what youve seen doesn’t mean that you should want to be in their shoes.
The same goes for our selves, and it seems that the people who’ve had the most growth in our lives are those whove had the most growth in our lives. As long as we are in the present it is a given that we will be the people who’ll be the most likely to change the most.
Its all about being present and seeing into the future. We have a choice to make. We can choose to not be stuck in our ruts, and be the people who are the most likely to grow, or we can choose to be the people who are the most likely to stay stuck in our ruts. It is a choice that will define who we are today.
So that’s what we’re going to be doing. We’re going to be growing, and we’re going to be staying stuck.
There’s no arguing that that is a great thing. We can say that we are the people who are going to grow the most. We are in a position where every day we are a step closer to being the people who are going to shape this new century. We are that person. We are the people who are going to shape our new century.
What are your thoughts on this? I’m not sure if you know the story, but you did go to a college in the same state where I did. We were both in a sorority. The sorority I was in was going to be moving to a new college and I had to move out of state to be with my boyfriend, but I was also moving to a new college.