The Perfect Life

If you and I were given the perfect life as per our desires, we won’t be as disciplined, as committed and as much on fire as we are now.

It is in our unfortunate times that we get to become most fortunate. If we choose to.

We may take the road of certainty: to be complaining, blaming and enlisting what all is wrong with us and how people were unfair with us.

Or we may take the path of the game changers: to leverage pain to bring in more possibilities, more power and greater courage.

Be grateful for the multitude of improvements you can make, the hidden treasures within that you can uncover, and the places you can go literally and metaphorically; just because you do not have a perfect life.

Perfect is boring. Flawed and broken is the way to awesomeness.