After I read “The Power of Habit” by Charles Duhigg, it enforced to be more aware. To live a life that’s intentional, more than anything rather than just getting caught in a routine, a habit, that is no longer helpful.
Very often, we are afraid, afraid to try something new, afraid of change. We neglect to remember that change is of the only constants in the world. It’s almost wrong not to embrace it.
We confine ourselves in a box..
I’m not the type of person to drive a motorcycle..
Why would I consider going on a whole day hike?
But I’ve never done cliff diving..
Whenever you utter those words, it only means that there’s room for change, and room to grow. It becomes your hint to try something new, to take the plunge, and aim for something extraordinary, and even form a new habit.
Life can continue to surprise, if you give it the chance to, if you put yourself in the position, a vulnerability to challenge yourself with the choice that you make. Push the assumptions aside and choose a new experience.
You’ll never know what other things you might enjoy until you get out of your tiny box.