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Live Beyond Normal

Think back to the most inspiring people of your life; the ones who encouraged you think, and who helped you achieve incredible things. Think about the great people of history;

4 thoughts on “Live Beyond Normal

  • June 16, 2012 at 9:05 pm

    thanks i needed to hear this, sometimes ppl can try to make us feel we are useless or worthless and I KNOW they cannot make me feel thAT WAY unless i allow them, but some do they damn best to push your buttons.

  • June 17, 2012 at 5:54 am

    made me truly smile internally .. thankyou love n peace to you

  • June 19, 2012 at 12:09 am

    No. There is a difference between those hard workers and others — motivation. Motivation just isn’t something you can decide to have — it comes and goes. These other people have very active motivational systems and thus are driven enough to be able to choose to perform these amazing feats. Those without this drive, though they may seem like lazy losers who are choosing against doing something with their lives, are actually fundamentally different from the former group and through no fault of their own. These people blur the line between “I can’t” and “I won’t” with something much more hard to understand: “I don’t have the motivation.”

    • June 19, 2012 at 12:00 pm

      No one should use the phrase ‘lazy losers’ to describe anyone. There are always reasons for people to behave the way they do. It may be due to clinical depression, or a fear that they can’t succeed, or even feeling content with where they are in life at the moment.

      Motivation itself is a part of human life – we’re motivated by hunger to obtain food; motivated by the need to have shelter to work. People who lack motivation are often clinically depressed – how it feels when you simply cannot get out of bed, can’t go out and be social, can’t care for themselves. Yes, that is NOT a choice, but it’s not really about lack of motivation – it’s about depression, anxiety, feelings of low self-worth.

      A child who grows up being told that he is stupid and lazy may feel that way, until he learns otherwise.


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