In this life, you are either an actor or spectator.
For you to be an actor in the movie of your life, you must set goals that stand as your script in the arena of the living and then act in way that ensures that these goals are met.
In the pursuit of these goals, please always remember that you are the main actor.
If you fail to write and follow this script, you will just look at other people as they move from glory to glory while you remain stuck in a miserable place.
1 Thessalonians 4vs.11-12 And that ye study to be quiet, and to do your own business, and to work with your own hands, as we commanded you 12: That ye may walk honestly toward them that are without, and that ye may have lack of nothing. KJV
Do not yield to the fear of failure, but rather look around and find out what you can do to improve your life and make a positive difference in the society.
Fear of failure comes when you only imagine the outcomes of failing rather than the possibility of success.
When this thought overtakes you, it renders you inactive.
People who fear, do quit the “stage” when they realize that those around them are not as supportive and appreciative of their dreams, plans and success.
As such, please remember that you “act” for a living and that God is the judge and that everyone else is the audience.
Start to do something that you believe can change your life rather than to just sit back and relax while watching other people as they move on.
Spectators have their emotions and sentiment in the hands and control of the actors.
However, setting goals and committing to them keeps you occupied and makes you an actor rather than a spectator and this makes your life worthwhile.
Those who choose to take action tend to enjoy life to the maximum because they get all that which is available for the taking, including riches and happiness.
They can also look back and see their achievements and enjoy the memories.
- Write down the habits that are wasting your time and potential and take note of the people who are always pulling you into the crowd rather than to let you stand on the grand stage.
Psalms 26:.4 I have not sat with vain persons, neither will I go in with dissemblers. KJV
Proverbs 28:19 He that tilleth his land shall have plenty of bread: but he that followeth after vain persons shall have poverty enough. KJV
Brian Kazungu is a Christian, Media Practitioner, Author, Poet, Technology Enthusiast, Entrepreneur and an Opinion Leader.
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