What Are You Fighting For?

It’s easier to stay on course when you know what your fighting for.

When you don’t know what you’re fighting for, if you’ve had a course to begin with. You can avoid decisions altogether and the ones you make will lead you in confusing directions.

When we reach a fork in the road, ask your self which way would stay true to your reason why. You may not know all the details about the forks, but you’ll be happy than you can lean on your reason why and make an objective decision.

Sometimes it’s not good enough to have just any reason why. Some reasons are ineffective, and others can lead to sacrifice other important things.

While many choices are not life threatening they always alter our lives. The best reasons why are the ones that will benefit lots of other people. Every decisions you make in your life has consequences. When you fight to change that will help others and other people will want to help you. Some may rally around your cause and give you time and resources you don’t even ask for.

What ever you decide to fight for, you have to believe in this deep in your heart. It has to make you feel something.

If it makes other people feel something too, you’ll be able to accomplish more than most people dream of.

I’m fighting to help people realize there is a better way to live life, rather than having low self-worth and being depressed. Realizing you are braver than you believe, stronger than you seem and smarter than you think is an amazing gift that I believe is locked inside of all of us.

The world is place when you change your life and the way you feel about yourself, and be positive rather than negative.

When I fight for these things. I feel like I’m doing what I was meant to do. That’s how I know these goals are worth pursuing.

I’ve always feel my purpose was to help people through their life when they struggle. I have lived a life of wrong decisions and rough roads, but that doesn’t mean anyone else should have to. If people can learn from my mistakes, maybe they won’t suffer as much as I did.

God wants what’s best for us. Fight for what you need and never give up.

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