“When you argue with reality, you lose, but only one hundred percent of the time.”

Byron Katie

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“It’s kind of fun to do the impossible.”

Walt Disney

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Walt Disney said, “If you can dream it, you can do it.” Life is too short to spend it doing the possible. Learn to pursue the impossible, pursue what others say can’t be done, pursue what has never been done before, pursue your dreams, and turn them into a reality.

You must believe in the beauty of your dreams. Walt said, “When you believe in a thing, believe in it all the way, implicitly and unquestionably.” If you’re going to believe, you might as well believe all the way.

“To revolt against reality will only torment you.”

Author unknown

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If you have any doubts about this quote, just keep trying and I’ll promise you will be disappointed.

Remember the beginning of the post on serenity.

“Grant me the serenity to accept the things that I cannot change

And the courage to change the things that I can.”

Another way to say the same thing is

“Accept things as they really are and not as you want them to be”

This is the way to face realism.

Do you still like to be tormented?

Isn’t it a waste of your time and energy to rebel against things over which you have very little control?

One of the great illusions in our life is to be addicted to busyness, it gives us the feeling of being productive, but are we really?There are so many demands in our life that it becomes very easy to lose focus.Our attention is requested by family members, people who depend on us and friends who want to spend time with us.Then there is the information overload or all kinds of other activities. It’s not always easy to SAY NO to less important activities when we should  SAY YES to our most important projects. It requires constant vigilance.

The time that we waste will never come back. I repeat; the time that we waste will never come back.

It is a sad reality but it is also a great wake-up call.

How do you make sure that you don’t waste too much precious time?