Garys Tribe
Oct 30

🙏CHANGE YOUR LIFE FOR YOURSELF 🙏

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Change is a word that is used way too often, and associated with impossible feats of impossibility. Using the word ** #change **, immediately draws a crowd of denouncers who think change is an unhealthy act of hardship.

 

 

In // Reality // the word CHANGE literally means doing something different, for example:

 

*//* Changing your habits, like smiling instead of frowning. *//* Breathing with the belly instead of the chest. *//* Thinking about other people around the world, their lives and seeing how lucky you may be. *//* Be spontaneous and meet new people, join a group, go to events, be active. *//* Change your lifestyle, doing the same daily routine, wake up, same breaky, same routine, work, home, watching too much TV? Switch off and see the world from a different perspective, volunteer your time, study a new skill, learn something you enjoy, take up an active hobby start living and breathing life.

 

Change relates to every aspect of your life, from how much money you spend to your attitudes and beliefs. Be different, don't be a sheep of society and start making small changes in your life to live a real life that brings happiness, joy, a feeling of contentment and pride to be **** YOU ****

Think about your internal environment, are you happy? Change it, identify what you want to change and make it happen.

 

// YOUR /// IN // CONTROL /// OF // YOUR /// DESTINY

 

 

 

#fsya #tgkp #garystribe #change #happiness #beyourself #yourworld #beinspired

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