Some nights, the universe won’t be on your side. Don’t stop chasing the stars when that happens.
You are never too old to do something great. Whether you are 24, 36 or 67 it’s never too late to live a life that you’re proud of. It’s never too late to start over to be what you might have been. It’s never too late to wake up one day and make a conscious decision to change and to be whoever you want to be and the perfect time to be that better person you’re capable of being is in the here and now.
Today focus on what could be instead of what could’ve been. Today focus on this words and know deep inside your heart that it’s never too late to do things differently if you weren’t happy with the person you were yesterday.
Remember: As long as you are breathing—it is never too late.
It’s never too late to follow your dreams.
Shoot for the stars. It’s never too late to believe in yourself. It’s never too late to be a musician or a poet or whatever it is you want to do. It’s never too late to change the road you’re on. It’s never too late to create your own path to success. People may think you’re crazy but always bear in mind that the greatest people in history have always been misunderstood.
It’s never too late to follow your curiosity.
Learning new things changes your brain. Reading for at least half an hour a day will help you become wiser thus making you adapt to making better choices so you don’t stay stuck for too long. Idleness is the killer for your thirst for knowledge. It’s never too late exert effort for your growth.
It’s never too late to follow your love for yourself.
Live a life filled with adventure. Be a child again and be happy without reason. Love as though you’ve never been wounded. Let go of expectation and just go with the flow as you start a new chapter. Express what you truly feel for the people you love like it’s the last time for you never know when’s the last time. Stay strong and most importantly—stay alive. For it’s never too late to live your life in a way you never could’ve imagined it and leave nothing behind.
I believe that perhaps true self-love comes from letting go a part of yourself that you really loved but is no longer making you grow. It may be something self-destructive. It may be a habit that you thought was keeping you safe but really was keeping you away from your true long-term goals. It may be someone who you shared love with for so long but isn’t really the right person for you, and it’s painful, but you have to let go because that person’s part in you is no longer making you grow. You can’t compromise your own growth for someone else’s. You can’t compromise your own happiness just because someone sees theirs in yours. You have to go somewhere else when the environment that you’re in isn’t beneficial for your well-being and development. You have to replant yourself in a garden that’s best suited for your soul. You have to go all the way when it comes to taking care of yourself especially when it comes to protecting your own space and energy. You have to go all the way when it comes to loving yourself, and that means self-sacrifice and doing the best that you can to become who you always wanted to be.