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November 13, 2017

Monday Motivation – Living Promise

Living Promise

Life has little use for promises. As soon as you think something is promised, life has a way of wiping the slate clean, leaving you with nothing more than a memory of what you thought was supposed to happen, and a feeling of breathless bewilderment. Whether its health, relationships, employment, money, success, loyalty, or even life itself, none of them make promises, they can only have promise.

Having promise and making a promise are considered to be two different things, when in actuality they are one in the same. Having promise is foreseeing a positive outcome given a certain set of facts and circumstances, combined with a vision, hard work, and a little luck. Making a promise is no different, but somehow we tend to think that it’s some ironclad agreement with the future, when in all reality, it’s merely a hopeful prediction. So when a promise is broken, it can suddenly become a major setback in our lives because we gave it power it never really had to begin with.

Start having promise instead of depending on, and being held back by the inevitable broken promises life doles out to you. Having promise allows you to have flexibility, readjust, adapt to changing circumstances, and even overcome failure. It breeds a positive outlook, sets the tone, and lays out the path forward. Most importantly, instead of worrying about the “What if’s”, it allows for the “What if’s”, enabling you to seamlessly forge ahead, immune to debilitating disappointment. Stop depending on promises you know the world can’t keep, and focus on having promise in all that you do, and you’ll find that promise had is even more powerful than a promise kept.

~Cpt. Ryan

October 16, 2017

#MondayMotivation

Regret-able

Regret. I may have you, but you are far from having me. Sometimes I see you at every turn, and sometimes you’re just a distant memory. But you’re always there. Just waiting to remind me of what was, what could have been, and what may never be. Although there are times when you torment me, you have also freed me more than you’ll ever know, because it was you who freed me from myself, my limits, and my fears.

All those times I didn’t know if I could try again…you were there to remind me why I should. All those times I was too scared to take that blind leap of faith…you were there to remind me of how I’d feel if I didn’t. Those few times I hit rock bottom, rock bottom so bad that it felt like even hope had turned its back on me…only you were left to will me to move forward, one painstaking inch at a time. And when I succeed…that’s when you are the loudest, proving to me that you, and all your forms, are why I’m here today.

 

Regret, I’m convinced you are one of the most powerful and misunderstood forces on this earth. You have been the cause of many great tragedies and triumphs alike. You have humbled the strong, emboldened the weak, and provided the world with a sense of perspective. So Regret, I’m pretty glad I have you. In all actuality, I need you. But know that you will never…ever…have me; because you may be all powerful, but watch your back, because so am I.