Don’t rely on your faith, your destiny is in your hands. #The sunday muse

Don’t be a thrill seeker

Take heed

You should own your own destiny

No one else

Can make your life count

Except you

Live your life

Dance like there is no tomorrow

Follow all of your dreams

Don’t attempt to do things just to please others

No, live life, as if it was your last day

Breathe, breathe in the beauty

That surrounds you

Its everywhere

So go look for it

You own your own destiny

So go own it

And be a badass!

Author: Carol anne

I am 40 years young. I'm blind and I have dissociative identity disorder, I also have complex PTSD. I blog about my life with these disorders. I live in Ireland.

8 thoughts on “Don’t rely on your faith, your destiny is in your hands. #The sunday muse”

  1. So life-affirming! I used to have a matchbook cover I kept that said, “Time brings everything to those who wait.” I used to believe it. Not anymore. Now I now I need to be the one to go out and get what I want and need as it won’t come knocking on my door. Good poem!

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