This speaks to me to in so many different levels. I use to play basketball every once a week for the past 8 years with a guy twice my size and height. We were really competitive and he would always scream or call me out in any turnover, miss play, missed shot, and bad defense. I stopped playing during one year because one day I snapped and I wanted to punch the guy in the face and I stopped going. A year Iater I came back with a better ball game. We never talked it out. We were back on the same level we were at (slightly nicer to eachother) but nothing changed. One day I was playing horrible and of course he would call me out. I remember leaving early from over pick up game because again I wanted to just punch the guy in the face.
I would workout hard and play as much as basketball I can before the day of week we play each other. I was thinking in my head how I will be more aggressive and literally try to fight the guy. That is what all what was going on in my head. Then the day before ball I got a call. My brother said that the same guy I compete against passed away from a heart attack. Just like that..
No warning or anything. All the hate, ego, the obsession to compete against the guy completely faded. It made me come to the realization of this meme. All that I heard behind my back and to my face was all hate generated in me. And just like that it was gone. And all I was left with was pure regret. Regret of not being friends outside ball or having a normal conversation. God knows all the hate that comes into my head, and that was directed towards him. After that I stopped hating or competing with anyone in that matter. Don't matter weather it's in sports or real life. I started thinking differently and started playing ball but in a way of not competing with anyone. But competing with myself. To be better then I was yesterday. I also used this same thinking in my everyday life away from basketball such as work. I became more calm and just more aware of myself. I never cared what people thought of me anymore. Because in the end I just want to a better person I was yesterday.
#aaJeeteHainChal🚴🏊🏃 👉Early I have exhausted myself with lot many warm ups and few repeated exercises.🚣 Trying to relax myself and regain the momentum and repeat the same. But once you get tired there is no end of it, until you just sit back and grab something to eat.🥑🥑 Then also it will take plenty of time to relax. 🌗At the same time, the other factor was working with me to actually regain myself. That's the power/energy coming from people/known people runnning around the track n number of times makes me realizing about the momentum I need to get into that level so that even I can able to run as much as I want to.🏇🏇 👉Just lost from my moto, I want to emphasize on the process of tiredness has. Once your body is getting tired you don't have chance to come back in the same route. 🙃Similar way, we need to live our life/our moto once we start doing something indulge in that as much as we don't want to return back. The moto automatically gets clear and the energy get optimally utilized that push you to just achieve what you want. 😄😊
👉People may laugh at you when you are following it, but at any point if you are wrong you will get to know by yourself and able to figure-out the way then and there. And you won't loose your path as well. 🕵️ 👉This implies everybody has different path, it's that they need to focus enough to follow their own.💭💭 #alwaysBelieve#dashKeto#breatheIn#breatheOut#keepMotivating#cancerSurvivor🤡🤡
Do not pray for an easy life, pray for the strength to endure a difficult one.