I can’t do it alone
When I first decided to create this blog one of the main goals was to promote positivism and enlighten my readers. Every Sunday, after church I would reflect on the previous week and think of my accomplishments and or failures and write about them. I want my readers to understand that I am like every other human being on this Earth. I have faced many hardships and struggles, and I am not afraid to tell my story. I have noticed that there are only a few individuals who are willing to share their “true” story and knowledge to motivate others. I find this act of not willing to share very strange because unity seems to be the most talked about subject, yet many do not want to be unified.
I was recently asked why am I so kind and always willing to share my talents. I thought about this questions for quite some time, and my response was that it is the right thing to do. However, lately I feel as if I am sharing and working too hard. For the first time in my life, I felt like giving up. Yes, give up, something I promised I would never do or even think of. As times go on and new adventures appear, I realize that I can not do it all by myself. I am my coach, competitor, counselor, and biggest critique, and I also like to share everything that I learn. Sometimes I wish I had someone to bring me up (besides myself) when I am feeling down. I was once told that in the future, I will appreciate everything that I am doing now and it will make me stronger.
But now that I think more about it, I notice that it becomes very difficult to do so many things alone. My unique personality enjoys the act of sharing and wanting to do aid others, and I do wish that that my act can inspire others to do the same. No one should have to live life thinking that they have to do it all. If all are willing to share their talents and stories I know that it will benefit many individuals. I know that I cannot do it all by myself.