Thirsty

“Our truest life is when we are in dreams, awake.”

~ Henry David Thoreau

 

You don’t get what you merely wish for. You get what you “thirst” for and what you work for.

The life you experience does not depend on what happens to come your way. The life you experience is based on how you choose to live it.

The priorities that matter in your life are not the ones you just talk about. Your true priorities, the ones that determine which way your life proceeds, are the ones you consistently “thirst” for and act on.

You have the opportunity right now, today, to bring great quantities of opulence and contentment into your life. Yet that richness will not come from what you wish for, or what you talk about, or what you plan to do someday.

That opulence will come from what you actually do with the time and the energy and the resources you have available to you.

That opulence will come from working the possibilities that are uniquely yours and constantly “thirsting” for more.

Skip right on past the wishing for and talking about and planning to stage. Get right to work on your best possibilities, and experience the unmatched joy, “thirsting” can do and bring into your life.

Be forever “Thirsty.”

“The great use of life is to spend it for something that will outlast it.”

~ William James

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About Lance Berwald, Coldwell Banker Burnet

I am a real estate aspirant and scholar. Always seeking to learn more about an every changing world and industry. Come and seek the truth about life, real estate and what motivates us each and every day!
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