Don’t do it just because it’s popular and amusing; do it because it’s meaningful and purposeful.
Don’t entertain people at the expense of your wellbeing. It’s important to always pause and ask yourself, ‘where will all of this take me?’ How far can I go with this? Does this give me absolute fulfillment?’
It’s really unfair sometimes how people can force you into certain lower behaviours because that’s what they enjoy about you, but you must refuse to build permanent structures around anything beneath who you truly are.
Rise to your higher, and best ‘self’.
Don’t get trapped in the outdated version of your person just to get the attention of people who belong to your past and don’t matter to your future.
A good sign of growth and maturity is the willingness to give up old and unproductive behaviours and lifestyles.
It’s time to move on to your better you, and of course continue to your very best. You are much more!
‘When I was a child, I spoke like a child, I thought like a child, I reasoned like a child. When I became a man, I put aside childish things.’ – 1 Corinthians 13:11 HCSB