What do you consider pain or suffering?
Some other people love them!
No wonder the saying “one man’s meat is another man’s poison”.
Carrying heavy objects is a nightmare to some people, yet some others have a filled day lifting weight.
Walking through long distances or running, frightens some people, yet some others can’t wait for day to break to cover some distance.
Changing a flat tyre makes a day hell for some people, yet some others long to handle a spanner and fix a fault.
It’s funny to find that many people hate water-melon, yet a great number of people love it enough to eat both it’s seed and bark.
How interesting that some people would love to live in their beds as long as is possible, while some others would jump off at the slightest chance.
If the things we love affect the things we do and the things we do affect our results, then we must consider the things we love critically, if our results affect us.
Isn’t it amazing that tedious work is fun to some people and hell for some others?
Putting the mind to work is also fun for some people and hell for some others.
The reluctance to do a thing does not spring from the thing it’self; some other people are enthusiastic about doing the same thing.
The pleasure or pressure from certain tasks does not sterm from the tasks themselves but from our mental disposition towards them.
There are some habits that support healthy living and great accomplishment.
Wouldn’t it be great to practice them out of a desire and not out of compulsion?
If by default, you find yourself loving the things that support your productivity and hating the things that hinder it, won’t your progress accelerate?
Likes and dislikes are by choice.
Choice is based on our mental disposition towards the entities.
Some people react to certain things differently, especially meals. But most times, our choices and preferences have nothing to do with allergies. They simply are based on a certain psychological disposition towards the subjects in question.
Very often, we know little or nothing about the things we love to eat or do and their effects on us.
Also, the fact that many other people patronize a thing or indulge in something doesn’t mean that the thing is good for you.
On the other hand, the way we feel and the insatiable appetites that spring up from time to time, should not also be the determining factor for the things that are good for us.
Information affects the things we love; habits also do.
Many people are addicted to trash because they’ve done them over and over again.
Learn new things, learn the right things and keep feeding them to your mind.
Proper enlightenment should dispel baseless impressions and sound practices should replace ignorant impulses.
We have the ability to love and to chose what we love.
Let’s develop love for the things that build us and let’s practice them with diligence and consistency.
The moment they become part of us, the more effortless and less tiring, our successes would keep coming.
Sustaining habits hinge to a desire,
desire comes from personality,
personality is natural.
Make success part of you, you’ll succeed naturally.
Become success and all you have to do to achieve your dream is to keep living your life.
Show up and do what it takes because it’s already part of you.
The same things that frighten others off can motivate you to succeed.
If you don’t love it, you can’t sustain it. If you can’t sustain it, you can’t become it. If you can’t become it, you can’t manifest it. If you can’t manifest it, then it’s not part of you.
The things you show or display, tell a lot about who you are.
“if you don’t love it, you can’t sustain it”.