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Self-Realization, Fear Is Not An Option

I describe how I feel in an odd way, but it's an interesting read. It's...motivating. Please comment, I would absolutely love to hear what you have to say.
The sun rains over the city, I feel gratified.
The thought of tomorrow, and what tomorrow brings makes me ecstatic.
A feeling of euphoria.
I'm calm, strong, and delighted.
The light ahead shines so brightly and lures me on.
I feel so successful, I am the pillars of my own house.
I must keep myself standing and never fall.
I depend on myself.
No longer will I depend on the words of others, I am my own motivation.
In this life, there's no fork in the road.
I see one road, and that's the road I'm staying on.
Nothing can ruin this state of utter happiness.
Let this thought, this feeling stay with me.
Guide me through my dark days, and keep me going.
If I lose this state of mind, if I lose motivation, then I lose myself.
The dependency on other beings is irresponsible and immature.
I have two feet, and I shall stand on them.
I am in complete control of who I am, and what I do.
I am a leader, and I will be successful.
Every dream I have ever dreamed will come alive, will become a reality.
Because I deserve, and work for what I want.
As the moon shines its light, I remember what I thought of that day.
I gave a small smile, and closed my eyes.
That night I fell asleep to the sound of accomplishment.
Good-night, I say.
Good-night.
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Published: 5/21/2008
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