Destined for Greatness

Do you ever get that feeling that you’re destined for something more? That fire you feel within you burning day in and day out. Do you feel it?

The feeling that you are destined for something more than just what is; something more than the day-to-day activities that fleetingly pass us by like the wind through our fingertips. I do. I don’t feel like I was put on this earth to just wake up, work, pay bills, and partake in the small activities that keep our souls happily nourished. Now, don’t get me wrong I love my hobbies and activities I participate in but, I do feel that there is more that life has to offer than the “norm”. I do feel that I was put here to inspire and help motivate others as are so many of you! I can easily count on two hands the names of people who have come into my life and inspired me towards the healthy life I live today. I want to be that person someone turns to and says, “Thank you so much for inspiring me. You are the reason I now live a healthy life. You are the reason I was able to make a complete “180” and turn my life around.” To hear someone say those words would make my heart scream out with pure exhilaration.

I can’t wait to experience what the competition world has to offer me: the excitement, the glamour, the hard work: blood, sweat, and tears. I can’t wait to put in the hours of training and meal prepping it takes to succeed. You know why? I don’t expect anything less from myself. I know I will reach this goal of being on stage, win or lose. What sets you apart from the rest is confidence. Your self-confidence will radiate like the sun’s rays setting fires in other people’s hearts, a fire that will burn and motivate them towards achieving their own goals. I may not be strong every day but I can tell you one thing I get back up and get back at it, I don’t stop. I won’t stop until I am where I need to be, until I am where I know I should be.

So, here is my question to you:

Do you feel that you are destined for more, that you are destined for greatness? 

M.

“Hardship often prepares an ordinary person for an extraordinary destiny.”

C.S. Lewis

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