No matter what question you ask, big or small, you’ll find the answer. Given time and resources, lovelies, you can do anything. I mean it. The only question is: do you want to hear the answer or, better yet, do you need to hear the answer? Life is all about knowing which problems to solve and which ones to leave behind. You don’t have to worry about whether you can or cannot.
History is marked by people finding answers.
Thomas Edison, the guy who figured out how to make the lightbulb, was also the guy who admitted this:
“I haven’t failed. I’ve just found 10,000 ways that don’t work.”
Marie Curie and her husband discovered two brand new elements: Polonium and Radium. Her papers are still too radioactive to handle, without the proper protection, to this day. Here’s her mantra on things:
“Have no fear of perfection; you’ll never reach it. Nothing in life is to be feared; it is only to be understood.”
Every former President of the United States has learned how to run a country. (I’m only going to quote John F. Kennedy for the sake of space.)
“Things do not happen. Things are made to happen.”
You can find the answer, it’s within you, all you have to do is seek it out.
Life is marked by people finding answers. Big and small. Just the day before yesterday, I figured out Pascal’s triangle. (To give some context, I’m re-taking Finite Math next quarter because I had to drop it last quarter, and I’m studying up for it over this holiday break.)
My dad, who used to be 30 pounds overweight, figured out how to take it off and keep it off. He’s down to his college weight at 47 years old, lovelies. Diet wasn’t the only question he found the answer to either.
“What kind of person do I want to be?”
He found the answer to this question when he went on his ketone diet. He was literally running on nothing. His “meals” were mini smoothies with just enough nutrients to keep him alive. The grit and determination he found in himself when his stomach was growling, his head was spinning, and his body was barely functioning showed him who he really was. (Said diet also had us all wondering if he’d faint at any given moment. Fortunately, we didn’t have to visit the Emergency Room even once. This type of diet is NOT for the faint of heart, lovelies, but it works if you work.)
For those of you who are wondering, he did transition back to regular food after about two months. Now he does a moderate fat, low sugar, low carb diet…he happily calls it a lifestyle.
That’s why I believe you’ll find all the answers you seek. It’s simply a matter of: do you want to hear the answer? Or, better yet, do you need to hear the answer?
P.S. What answers are you lovelies seeking out right now? How’s it going?