Catalytic Feelings

I can’t continue to live in mediocrity.

Destiny S. Harris

I can’t continue to live in mediocrity.

I can’t continue to feel only “fine” about my life.

I can’t continue to not be happy with life.

I can’t continue to feel miserable about coming back to my reality after a vacation.

I can’t continue to go in daily to a job that doesn’t add value to my life or others.

I can’t continue to have a mediocre attitude towards life on a daily basis.

I can’t continue to not positively invest in the lives of others.

I can’t continue to not spend more time with the most valuable people in my life.

I can’t continue to wake up feeling miserable each day.

I can’t continue to wake up with no ambition for my life.

I can’t continue to live out each day without any goals.

I can’t continue to not be more giving.

I can’t continue to not consistently work on my dreams.

I can’t continue to not speak up for what I want and feel I deserve.

I can’t continue to say, “I’m okay” or “I’m fine” when people ask me how I’m doing.

I can’t continue to live my life for others.

I can’t continue to not be happy.

I can’t continue to not continuously engage in things that I enjoy.

I can’t continue to not enjoy hobbies.

I can’t continue to spend so many pointless hours watching TV.

I can’t continue to live a life of confusion.

I can’t continue to live life aimlessly.

I can’t continue to consume things I don’t even need or really want.

I can’t continue to live somewhere I hate.

I can’t continue to work with toxic people in a toxic work environment.

I can’t continue to judge others.

I can’t continue to judge myself.

I can’t continue to not unconditionally love myself.

I can’t continue to not forgive people for hurting me.

I can’t continue to live in the past.

I can’t continue to worry about my future.

I can’t continue to live my life in ignorance without self-educating myself.

I can’t continue the same patterns and habits that don’t serve me well.

I can’t continue to not travel anywhere.

I can’t continue to invest most of my time in things that don’t matter.

I can’t continue to wait for things to hopefully change on their own one day.

I can’t continue…

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