Living On Borrowed Time

Early in the morning yesterday, my computer broke down and later in the afternoon in that same day, I had a family dinner, so I could not blog. The computer reparation joint I usually go to is not opened until Tuesday after Christmas. So right now I’m writting from a tablet.

I have no idea what to write about… I have mixed feelings since the family gathering. We all went to the restaurant then we gathered at my mother’s house to unwrap gifts and it felt like a nightmare to be honest.

I choose not to go into too many details as to why it was terrible for the sake of trying to keep this place as high energy as possible.

I rather share the teachings I got from the meditation I did after they all left.

It goes like this :

Life is too short to worry about what others think about you, and that also means your family.

Life is too short to live according to someone’s else expectations of you.

I don’t want to spend another 10 years of my life feeling uncomfortable being who I truly am for the sake of making others comfortable to be around me.

Life was given to me as well as to you. We all live on borrowed time and someday we all have to leave. I want to make sure I live to the fullest of my potential. You should as well.

Because you see, it is not a coincidence that the time you have borrowed was granted to you to be here.

So it is your duty to make sure you get the most of what was granted to you.


Infinite love, health, healing, wealth, success, happiness, awareness, peace and wisdom your way




4 thoughts on “Living On Borrowed Time

  1. A year ago I deleted my blog, mostly for personal reasons at that time. However, in the process, I kept a select group of blogger’s material coming into my email inbox. Maybe 7 to be exact. You were one of them.
    So be your own person, and hang out with your own kind. You have been a very valuable addition to my perspective, and I keep you around at all times because of that.
    Anyhewww, some of us carve our own path. I know what that feels like as I have pretty much had to carve mine outside of the family’s presence and expectations.
    What you are and what you are doing is important. Keep it up!

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